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Our Partners

Creating a powerful network together.

Axis Communications

AXIS-Communications-PartnerAs the market leader in network video, Axis is leading the way to a smarter, safer, more secure world – driving the shift from analog to digital video surveillance. Offering network video solutions for professional installations, Axis’ products and solutions are based on an innovative, open technology platform. Axis has more than 1,400 dedicated employees in 40 locations around the world and cooperates with partners covering 179 countries.

MainOne

MainOne PartnerMain One Cable Company Limited (‘Main One’) is the first submarine cable company offering open access, wholesale broadband capacity in West Africa.

Main One is wholly African-owned with a vision to expand the much needed capacity on the African continent and reduce costs of broadband communications across the Continent.

As of last October 2010, Teledata ICT partnered with Main One and is proud to be among the first ISP’s in Ghana to acquire and connect to Main One’s Cable Network in order to provide reliable and very fast Internet Services to its numerous customers across Ghana.

This new venture promises exciting possibilities and opportunities to both Teledata ICT and its customers, in terms of much more affordable connectivity prices, efficient, stable and consistent Internet connection.

Gilat Satcom

Providing Global Communication Services since 1992 Gilat Partner
Gilat Satcom is a leading communication solutions provider offering satellite and fiber-based connectivity solutions throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East. With hundreds of successful deployments in over 50 countries, the company delivers high quality, cost-effective and efficient communication solutions to telcos, ISPs, governments, enterprises and international organizations.

Today the company operates three international teleports in Europe and the Middle East, seven hubs/PoPs in Africa, two PoPs in Europe and one PoP in the US. In addition, we are shareholders in WIOCC, owners of the Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System (EASSY), and in the West Africa Cable System (WACS), with undersea fiber optic cable systems connecting eastern and western Africa to the rest of the world.