Emperion Promises Improved Broadband Services in Nigeria


African bandwidth provider Emperion has put in place new management at its Danish parent company. Sandeep Jayaswal has assumed the position of the company's new Managing Director of Emperion West Africa. He was the founding MD of Direct-on-PC, a leading Nigerian ISP.

The company has backing from Scandinavian venture capital firm, Anderson Advisory Group, headed by Michael Anderson and plans to provide more reliable internet broadband services for not only corporate organizations but also to also to move into the SME market at relatively low prices.

Emperion designs, deploys, operates and maintains broadband IP communication solutions and services based on digital satellite (VSAT) and fixed wireless access (FWA) networks. The solutions are targeted at enterprise class customers and are deployed to a rapidly growing client portfolio in more than 30 countries in Europe , Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The company will add the video conferencing technology along with other known packages and solutions. Emperion currently services no fewer than six major banks and several blue chip and multinational companies.

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