Nigeria’s owned last-mile connectivity infrastructure service provider, Galaxy Backbone Limited is on the verge of sealing a partnership deal with Metamap, a foremost Software -As-A – Service provider enabling trust-based platforms to operate seamlessly across borders.

Meeting with the leadership team from Metamap at the Galaxy Backbone Limited’s corporate office in Abuja, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Galaxy Backbone, Prof. Muhammad Bello Abubakar said partnering is at the heart of the company’s future.

“Partnering is at the heart of our future and we remain committed to collaborating with organisations that help support customer excellence in digital services,” he said.

Recall that in an attempt to extend services across Nigeria, Galaxy Backbone built and operates the National Information and Communication Technology Infrastructure Backbone (NICTIB), a cross-country optical fibre backbone. In its first phase, which has been completed, commissioned and covers a distance of 1484 km, the backbone spans 13 states across the South East, South-South, North Central and South West of Nigeria with base stations installed in 17 cities.


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