SkyVision boosts its network productivity in Guinea

SkyVision is launching its fibre and wireless based services SkyFibre in Guinea.

A member of the “Guinéenne de la Large Bande” (GUILAB) consortium, SkyVision has invested in the establishment of an integrated fibre and wireless network across Conakry.

Connected over the ACE submarine cable to its global IP/MPLS network, the service enables customers to benefit from innovative data processing and telecom solutions. This results in quicker response times, improved communications with customers and suppliers, and increased productivity and profitability.

With the launch of the SkyFibre service over its new network, the company immediately increased the bandwidth it provided to existing business customers. The new network will also allow SkyVision to serve new customers across Conakry and throughout Guinea, with its full range of VSAT services. The company portfolio includes Internet access, end to end VPN & private networks, as well as value-added services, such as network security, cloud services, voice, business continuity and hosting solutions. 

SkyVision has a strong local presence in Guinea, specialising in delivering comprehensive telecommunications solutions to a range of customers including financial institutions, mining, and other large corporates. “Our recent network infrastructure in Guinea was specifically designed to support corporate as well as small business telecom and application bandwidth requirements.” said Mr. Dror Limor, SkyVision VP Sales.


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