Through strategic interconnections, the two companies are better positioned to serve their customers in Africa and beyond, with this rapid response to the growing demand for secure, cost-effective, Cloud services.
The partnership provides expansion opportunities for both companies. Unitas Global further expands Unitas’ reach with Liquid’s extensive pan-African network that connects to over 40 data centres across 18 African countries, including Africa Data Centres, Teraco, and iColo.
Liquid, in turn, will be able to connect to Unitas Global’s integrated SDN, IP and Access network. Through its innovative software platform, Unitas Nexus, the company will be able to design, price, provision and manage connectivity solutions across a cloud-first transport-independent infrastructure.
David Eurin, Liquid Intelligent Technologies international wholesale CEO (Liquid Sea) said, “The partnership of Liquid Sea with Unitas Global creates an unrivalled, world-class network of interconnected data centres across Africa, and the increased capability brings invaluable benefits to our customers in Africa and any companies doing business on the continent.”
Unitas Global is transforming how the market architects, buys and operates data networks with its intelligent, software-defined network fabric, Unitas Reach. Strategic interconnections with hundreds of other networks and fibre access providers extends the network access to the edge, including over 900 carrier-neutral data centres and 30 million enterprise locations in more than 133 countries.
The strategic partnership is another step in Liquid’s evolution to Africa’s leading digital solutions provider, offering superior data centre, Cloud, Cyber Security and Managed IT services in Africa.