Galaxy backbone assures customers of quality service delivery 

Omolola Fadile, Jos 

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ICT service provider in Nigeria, Galaxy Backbone Ltd (GBB) has promised to supply quality and efficient service delivery to its current and prospective customers across the country.

The Managing Director of the company, Prof. Muhammed Abubakar, gave the assurance in a statement through the Head of Media Mr. Tasiu Pantami  at the ongoing International Polo Tournament in Joson Tuesday in Jos the Plateau State Capital, North-Central Nigeria.

Prof. Abubakar explained that the company provides quality Information Technology (IT) infrastructure and shared services for the Federal Government as well as the Private sector from its Information Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure that will enhance and promote government’s digital services in a smart, secure and sustainable manner.

”Galaxy Backbone will ensure an uninterrupted service delivery to public and private organisations through its rendered services which is supporting collocation, hosting and disaster recovery for organisations. Among the services we provide are the Datacentre , Cloud and Cybersecurity Services, smart home plans (e-Connect services) which offer Fibre-to-Homes, Fibre- to-Estates and Fibre-to-Small Offices for those residing within the Federal Capital Territory – Abuja,” he said.

Abubakar said they will continue to deepen partnerships with local ICT companies across the country in ensuring that more organisations at the state and local levels benefit from its connectivity rollout and digital services and solutions.

The managing director added that the recent launch of the Galaxy Backbone’s National Shared Services Centre (NSSC) enables the provision of uptime Certified Tier III in Abuja and & Tier IV services in the country to both the government and private organisations to strengthen their asset bases and guarantee information storage capacity

”The agency is now deploying state-of-the-art digital infrastructure and applying international best practices to backstop public sector organisations’ sensitive data and enabling a growing number of private sector organisations with digital services to facilitate their digital transformation journey. The huge investments that have gone into this infrastructure are for the benefit of the public and private establishments and the experience of GBB in building, deploying and providing infrastructure as a service, is a testimony to its ability to manage and continue in this line of business,” he noted.

”Following an official upgrade of the Jos Polo club to a grade A level, it is currently hosting 42 teams, during this tournament we are assuring Nigerians of our commitment  to maintain excellent service delivery and enhancement of the digital services experience of customer that are willing to take the opportunity.

”We are using the tournament to showcase our innovative services and partnerships to drive the nation’s digital transformation agenda and the realisation of the National Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (NDEPS) 2020-2030.

 ”In support of this year’s tournament, Galaxy Backbone has provided free Wi-Fi for the eight days of tournament and will ensure an uninterrupted services to public and private organisations involved in its organisation through support for collocation, hosting and disaster recovery for organisations,” he stated.

Voice of Nigeria reports that the 2022/2023 Jos International Polo Tournament is slated to hold between December 26 and January 2, 2023.

 

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