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NDSF’24: Nnamani to Speak @Internet Governance for Development

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the most interconnected facility in West Africa, the Digital Realty Nigeria, Engr. Ikechukwu Nnamani, would lead speakers to the 2024 Nigeria DigitalSENSE Africa Forum on Internet Governance for Development (IG4D) on Thursday, June 27, 2024.
Digital Realty Nigeria, formally known as Medallion Data Centres Limited is a Lagos-based number 1 peering point for the region.
Confirming this, the Lead Consulting Strategist, DigitalSENSE Africa, a project of ITREALMS Media group, Sir Remmy Nweke, said that Engr. Nnamani, the immediate past National President of the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) would be the Guest Speaker at the 2024 NDSF on the theme “IG4D: Innovative Digital Economy & Safer Civic Space in Nigeria.”
Nnamani, who was also the former member of the Executive Board cum Treasurer of the Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA), would join the Executive Director, Media Rights Agenda, and Chairman of 2024 NDSF on Internet Governance for Development, Mr. Edetaen Ojo.
Pointing out that the 2024 NDSF on Internet Governance for Development has been confirmed to hold at the prestigious Welcome Center Hotels, International Airport Road, Lagos by 10am.
Nweke recalled that for over 16 years, Engr. Nnamani has led the Digital Realty datacenter in Lagos, which boosts all submarine cables in the region, long distance providers, metro fiber providers, mobile services providers, fixed services providers, Over-The-Top (OTT) providers, Internet Exchange, Value Added Service (VAS) providers, and global Tier1 service providers, among others.
He pointed out that over 68 percent of all internet traffic exchanged at the Nigeria Internet Exchange takes place at Digital Realty’s datacenter in Lagos, Nigeria, just as the company recently completed its ultra-modern 1MW IT Load state-of-the-art datacenter called LOS2 in Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
Also, Engr. Nnamani is reputed for promoting the establishment of telecom infrastructure in several African countries including Ghana, Togo, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Kenya, Uganda, Botswana and Angola to name a few.

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