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How Orange is revolutionising the connectivity in Western Africa with Djoliba
Djoliba: the 1st pan African backbone in Western Africa

Djoliba is changing the game in West African connectivity. With a single-point-of-contact for Sales and operations across multiple countries Djoliba will ease customer operations ensuring a whole new level of customer service, resulting in reduced lead delivery time, faster time-to-repair and improved service availability 24/7.

Through retail, B2B, wholesale operations and regional affiliates in West Africa, Orange owns 20,000 km of terrestrial fibre, of which 10,000km is used for Djoliba. This network is backed up by 10,000 km of submarine cables. Orange is the only carrier with operations of this size, which allow it to build, deploy and operate such infrastructure.

Join our webinar to learn more about this exciting new network on Thursday, the 19th of November at 10 am GMT. You will discover how Djoliba interconnects securely Abidjan, Dakar, Bamako, Ouagadougou, Lagos and Accra together, and connects to Orange's 300 PoPs all over the world.

The session will explore:
> The growing business needs and the developing digital ecosystem in West Africa.
> The strength of the Djoliba infrastructure in a fast-growing region allowing Orange to be a real game changer.
> The benefit of an enhanced and innovative network, one-stop-shopping and a unified catalogue.
> The added value for all actors and for their customers, and the benefits for the industry.

SPEAKERS:
> Dado Kamara, Wholesale Marketing Manager, Orange Mali
> Anne Morel, Senior Vice President Global Carrier Sales, Orange International Carriers
> Hamidou Savadogo, Wholesale & Roaming Expert, Orange Burkina Faso
> Abdoul Haidara, Senior Manager Wholesale and Roaming, Orange Côte d’Ivoire
> Louis Maurice William, Head of Commercial Relations for International and National Operators, Sonatel
> Moderator: Jason McGee-Abe, Commercial Editor & Publisher, Capacity Media

Nov 19, 2020 10:00 AM in London

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