Greater capacity, faster internet speed

MTC launched its fibre optic solutions for businesses in the capital earlier this week, delivering greater capacity and faster internet speed in the data network.

05 November 2018 | Technology

“With our fibre network, we are able to offer cloud-based services to consumers,” said MTC’s acting chief executive, Thinus Smith, at the launch of the company's fibre optic product aimed at businesses.

“The benefits are endless and the opportunities for saving through the use of cloud-based services are substantial. However, services such as email, document storage and sharing, and accounting software require a stable and secure internet connection with high capacity.”

He said that as a full-service communications solution and internet service provider, MTC continues to keep up with the ever-growing changes, adding that the company continues to deliver technology innovations to provide the best internet service supported by the latest infrastructure and reliable networks.

“Still, technology continues to change and grow along with the increasing demand for faster and high-quality internet connection,” he said.

Speaking at the launch, MTC general manager for IT, Patrick Mushimba, said the fear among Namibian companies of having data on cloud systems hosted outside of the country is now something of the past. “With MTC One Cloud, we assure all our customers, government, private and public enterprises, SOEs and SMEs that your data is now hosted in country.”

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