AccessKenya awarded MPLS Service Provider at the 2011 Kenya ICT Awards

AccessKenya Group was on Tuesday awarded at the Kenya ICT Awards Gala Dinner as the 2011 Outstanding MPLS service provider due to its effective networking solutions.

Remarking on the award, AccessKenya Group’s internet division managing director Kris Senanu said the company is continuously adopting newer and versatile technologies in a bid to add more value to its clientele and attract more numbers in the future.

“The future of this industry lies in innovation and as a market leader in Corporate Internet and IT solutions, we are fully cognizant of this reality and that’s why we keep responding to the market needs with tailored business solutions,” said Senanu, adding that the firm’s MPLS service is very versatile.

MPLS or Multi Protocol Label Switching is a networking technology that extends communications across multiple business locations. These solutions enable clients to prioritize voice or data through quality of service (QoS) levels, based on their unique business requirements.

“Our networking services provide a private, secure multi-site connection built across the core MPLS advanced IP network, and also feature service level guarantees for latency, jitter and packet loss,” said Raymond Macharia, AccessKenya’s chief technical officer.

The Computer Society of Kenya (CSK), the organizer of the wards, is an association for the ICT industry and professionals in Kenya, and has a membership of over 6,000. Dr. Waudo Siganga is the current chairman and was elected as the Vice President of

WELL DONE: Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Energy, Information and Communication Hon. Engineer James Rege (Second Left) and Computer Society of Kenya Chairman Dr. Waudo Siganga (left) present the Outstanding MPLS Service Provider Award to AccessKenya’s Navin Satish (second right) and Eddie Ongaro

in charge of Africa.