Access Kenya completes network upgrade

Access Bank

Access Bank

from MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya
NAIROBI, (CAJ News) – ACCESS Bank has completed a fibre network upgrade in the country’s major parts of Kenya.

The project worth Sh300 million has been completed in the capital, Nairobi, Thika and Nakuru counties.

According to Access Kenya Chief Technical Officer, Raymond Macharia, the fibre connectivity was aimed at ensuring business runs smoothly in line with modern technology.

While fibre connectivity is widely synonymous with mobile and telecommunications companies, in Kenya, banks invest in such technological development.

Macharia said the move would culminate in Access Kenya connecting with all counties and cover 18 major towns through its fibre connectivity bandwidth by 2016.

“The number of enterprises and county-reliant businesses that need high speed connectivity and other related solutions has been on the rise and this has been exerting a strain on existing resource,” Macharia said.

– CAJ News




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