ICTGlobe Broadens Connectivity Solutions with Exciting Channel Partnerships

We are pleased to announce that ICTGlobe, a leading player in the telecoms industry, has expanded its network through new aggregation agreements with providers. These partnerships have enriched ICTGlobe’s offerings, especially for its channel partners, by providing a wider range of carrier-grade fixed-wireless and fibre connectivity options, specifically tailored for their Fibre-to-the-Business (FTTB) clients.

By collaborating with multiple owners of last-mile fibre and microwave links, ICTGlobe capitalizes on competition, economies of scale, and preferential rates, resulting in reduced business connectivity costs for its channel partners. Rad Jankovic, the co-CEO of ICTGlobe, highlights that these agreements can lead to potential savings of up to 40% on monthly voice and data bills. This cost reduction is especially advantageous for corporate South Africa and small businesses, as it helps in managing overall expenses in a challenging economic environment.

Emphasizing the importance of driving down telecommunications costs amidst limited annual economic growth, Jankovic sees increased competition as a viable strategy to propel South Africa forward.

The recent agreements with licensed open-access fibre providers and a national licensed microwave provider have contributed significantly to the diversification of ICTGlobe’s offerings. The addition of microwave fixed-wireless access, in particular, offers a reliable backup internet option, crucial for business continuity in areas prone to power outages.

Furthermore, ICTGlobe has introduced a purpose-built connectivity product called NetSwitch, specifically designed for remote areas. Noteworthy among its features is the remarkable ability to maintain 99.99% uptime when connected to an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). This level of reliability is achieved by synchronizing connectivity and services from multiple providers simultaneously, ensuring uninterrupted operations, continuous service, and redundancy. Additionally, NetSwitch caters to low-jitter, real-time applications, making it an ideal choice for vital applications and remote branch connectivity.

To learn more about ICTGlobe’s expanded offerings please click here https://ictglobe.com/ictglobe-announces-new-channel-partners-to-boost-connectivity-capabilities/

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Telecoms-Channel.co.za is your one-stop source for the latest news and insights from the telecoms industry in South Africa, where you get comprehensive coverage of the industry and keep up with the ever-evolving market landscape.

Whether you need to understand market trends, identify new opportunities, or stay informed of the latest developments, we have you covered.

In addition to bringing the best news together, we have access to an extensive supplier network that makes it easy for any telecoms company looking to tap into new markets or enter the telecoms industry. Take advantage of our expertise and contact us today to find your next partner!

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