Liquid Telecom was recently named Best African Wholesale Carrier for the fifth consecutive year, with the company recognised for its dynamism, ongoing innovation and overall excellence at the Global Carrier Awards in Paris, France.
Over the last five years, Liquid Telecom has beaten off competition from some of the largest wholesale carriers in Africa, marking another year of sustained revenue growth and infrastructure investment.
“Winning five years in a row is an exceptional achievement to celebrate. I wish to congratulate everyone at Liquid Telecom, who all have worked hard to make this happen,” said Nic Rudnick, Group CEO, Liquid Telecom.
“We want to ensure that every person and business in Africa has access to fast and reliable connectivity. We are expanding our network every day to new areas and continue in our mission to build Africa’s digital future”, Nic further declared.
Liquid Telecom has also marked various milestones this year. These include the acquisition Noetel in South Africa, a deal that will create the largest pan-African broadband network; the joint venture with Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) which enables Liquid Telecom to market its full range of services in Botswana and better address the network needs of its wholesale and enterprise customers in the region and the continued expansion of Liquid Telecom’s backhaul, metro and last mile fibre, wireless and satellite networks and ability to provide connectivity into every single African country, through its growing number of partner networks. Then company also opened a second satellite hub at the Teraco Data Centre in South Africa, increasing its capabilities to market VSAT services in the most rural areas across the region.
The complete winners’ list at the Global Carrier Awards is available here.