Customers of Icosnet , Algeria’s sole private ISP provider, will now be able to access Liquid Dataport’s digital communication services following a new agreement between the firms.
“Liquid Dataport will offer our suite of digital solutions for public and private sector clients to all service providers working with Icosnet” said David Eurin, CEO of Liquid Dataport.
“These include providing them access to Liquid's extensive fibre network on the continent and other digital services – as well as the ability to connect back to Europe".
Ali Morsli, CEO of Icosnet, noted that the partnership would enable the firm to share its experience with neighbouring markets, as well as extending the footprint of its services to international partners. He noted that the accessibility offered by Liquid’s expanded connectivity makes Icosnet well-positioned as a regional telecoms hub.
The partnership with Icosnet in Algeria is part of Liquid's ongoing One Broadband Africa partner programme to make connectivity and world-class products and services more widely available in Africa, to help boost economic growth and productivity for businesses across the continent.