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Cloud, connectivity & communications

  1. 1. Cloud, Connectivity & Communications
  2. 2. Cloud… Consuming and Delivering IT Services via the Internet Characteristics 1. On-demand self-service 2. Broad network access 3. Location independent resource pooling 4. Rapid elasticity 5. Measured service Cloud Enables o Self-service o Lower initial capital costs o Predictable recurring expenses o Provides business flexibility & agility
  3. 3. The Cloud Phenomenon ….Global Trends and Quick Facts • 14 million jobs by 2014 • 30% IT budgets to be spent on cloud computing in 2013, to gulp half by 2015 • Global IT cloud spending to approach $100b by 2016 • $1 of every $7 spent on packaged software, server and storage offerings will be through public cloud model
  4. 4. Africa Reaching for the Cloud  40% of global population use internet  Africa:  13.5% internet penetration  93m mobile broadband subscriptions  Highest mobile broadband growth rate from 2% in 2010 to 11% in 2013  Cloud market value projected at $7.4b by ‘14  Nigeria:  Top 20 global internet user  2% global internet usage in Nigeria, 11th position in world
  5. 5. Cloud… Challenges 1. Infrastructure.   Power Limited Access to Broadband Connectivity 2. Slow Adoption of Outsourcing Models. 3. Data Security Concerns of Cloud based Applications.
  6. 6. Cloud will stimulate Africa’s growth EDUCATION African Cloud Government in Telemedicine: Health Cloud in
  7. 7. catalyst for Cloud in West Africa 7,000KM 1.92Tbps capacity Highest lit capacity in W.Africa Wholly African owned company expanding and reducing the cost of much needed broadband communications on the African continent Carries traffic for the major West Africa, Nigeria and Ghanaian based telecom operators, ISPs and Enterprise since commencing operation High availability, with SLA-ensured penalties for service outages Highly efficient provisioning cycle within 10 working days. Adequate capacity for effective broadband (Data, Video & Voice) on the continent and with the rest of the world. International Connectivity and Access is now more affordable and reliable with improved quality
  8. 8. …Reach in Nigeria
  9. 9. Main One Lagos Metro Fiber Build …improving access in Metro Areas Ikeja PoP Surulere PoP Lekki CLS Marina PoP Apapa PoP VI PoP - Monacom Planned Fiber Route 2013 VI PoP-FABAC Main One Current Fiber Route Date: 12-04-2013 FABAC CENTER 3, Ligali Ayorinde Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria Tel: +234 1 448 9500 Email: info@mainonecable.com Website: www.mainonecable.com
  10. 10. MainOne Data Center The new •TIA 942 Compliant •600 Rack Space •Work Area Space •Public Power supply •4x1.5 MVA Generators • N+N configuration Facility Cooling & Fire Protection •Direct expansion •N+1 Configuration Power Security •24x7 Physical security •Access Control Systems
  11. 11. in the Cloud i-HQ Project – an Innovation hub in Lagos • Connected City – schools, health centers, businesses and government agencies.
  12. 12. …snapshot of our Products & Services MainOne Data Center MainOne Collocation Services MainOne MainOne Global Video Connect Metro Ethernet MainOne Managed Services MainOne Global Internet Access &Global IP Transit
  13. 13. Partnering for Success Connectivity Partners Peering for Success Exchange Partners Content Provider Peers Products & Services Data Center
  14. 14. Experience the Contact us NOW! > info@mainone.net > sales@mainone.net Check us OUT! > www.mainone.net ADVANTAGE.

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