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Our Network

MainOne’s leading pan-African network reaches more of West Africa than any other network directly and through our partners. Our managed state-of-the-art next generation IP network offers direct-line connectivity to customers in 8 countries across West Africa.

MainOne has agreements with national, regional and global operations to ensure total national, regional and global reach as may be required by our customers.
MainOne’s advanced infrastructure is powered by Cisco’s IP NGN platform designed with a high degree of resilience with diverse routes, pro-active network monitoring and performance management on a 24x7x365 basis
MainOne’s IP backbone delivers advanced traffic-engineering functionality, rapid fault restoration and multi-service transport abilities/services.

MainOne’s Network is connected at various internet exchange points both regionally and internationally. We are available to interconnect at:

As a result, MainOne is able to provide shorter routes, lower latency service and bandwidth scalability at affordable prices.

Submarine Cable Systems

In February 2008, MainOne began the construction and laying of its state-of-the-art undersea cable system. This would be the first privately wholly owned subsea cable along the West African coastline.
MainOne’s current cable system is a 7,000km submarine cable with landing stations in Nigeria, Ghana and Portugal. Several possibilities still exist with branching out units along the coast of West Africa in Morocco, Canary Islands, Senegal and Ivory Coast as options to cater to the expected surge in capacity demand.
By extension, MainOne is able to also interconnect with SEACOM and other international cables from Seixal in Portugal via Tata Communications’ European and Transatlantic networks and interconnection in Telehouse, London.
The submarine cable currently delivers high speed bandwidth of 1.92 Tbps and has been proven to provide capacity of at least 4.96 Tbps.