More Africa NewsGreen Telecom joins ecosystem to expand sustainable digital infrastructure

October 5, 2023by myles0

One of Tanzania’s well-established carriers, Green Telecom, is the latest partner to join the ecosystem, bringing together a state-of-the-art data center and expertise in telecom and managed services.

The well-established Green Telecom is a regional and international carrier headquartered in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania with nationally established 10+ PoPs and 10 cross-border PoPs providing services in more than eight countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

As part of the new partnership, Green Telecom will use Wingu’s data centers to provide users with sustainable digital infrastructure with guaranteed network availability and resilience.

Wingu’s data centers provide a secure, reliable, and scalable infrastructure for companies looking to expand their online presence. As a pioneer provider of carrier-neutral data center services in Tanzania, and the foremost specialist carrier-neutral data center group in East Africa. The company has a long history of providing top-quality data center solutions and is dedicated to helping organizations in Africa achieve their digital goals. With the addition of Green Telecom to its dynamic commercial ecosystem across its multiple data centers, Wingu continues to strengthen its position as a leader in the African technology infrastructure market.

Green Telecom products and services span several sub-sectors and include various products and services in the IP and data, digital infrastructure, A2P messaging (SMS), VAS, managed services, SDWAN, cloud, and cyber security realms.

The company’s investments and focus on network architecture and infrastructure through strategic relationships with NICTBB, SEACOM, WIOCC (EASSy) and TEAMS enable a strategic degree of connectivity and facilitates interconnection with over 20 interconnect operators and carriers worldwide, most of which are similarly tier-1 and tier-2 providers.

Green Telecom is one of the ten companies approved as connectivity service providers for National ICT Broadband Backbone (NICTBB) fiber broadband services in Tanzania. The collaboration between Wingu and Green Telecom will benefit both companies and provide a powerful platform for organizations looking to expand their digital presence in Africa.

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Wingu is a specialist carrier-neutral data center operator focused on East Africa and providing international and local enterprise customers with cost-effective commercial colocation solutions and access to a growing and dynamic ecosystem. The Wingu group established the Djibouti Data Center over a decade ago and successfully provides world-class colocation services to leading international telecoms companies. wingu now has Tier III standard, carrier-neutral data centers in Ethiopia, Somaliland, and Tanzania and is adding a second facility in Djibouti. In each market, the wingu facilities are the first of their kind and represent key digital infrastructure that enables economic growth and the rise of the global digital economy.

About Green Telecom

Green Telecom is a sustainable digital infrastructure network in Sub-Saharan Africa that provides mobile network operators, ISPs and content providers, with unique high-capacity connectivity solutions. Our extensive national fibre network, cross-border connectivity between neighboring countries and seamless integration with multiple subsea systems means we can reliably interconnect key cities and major Points of Presence (PoPs) throughout the Sub-Saharan region.

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