Pan-African technology group Liquid Telecom has rebranded to Liquid Intelligent Technologies.
The rebrand, according to a statement from the company is a culmination of its extensive business transformation from being a telecommunications and digital services provider to a full one-stop-shop technology group through a group-wide rebrand.
Over the last two decades, Liquid says it has firmly established itself as the leading pan-African digital infrastructure provider with an extensive network spanning over 73,000 KM. This rebrand to Liquid Intelligent Technologies the company says highlights the expansion of its Cloud business, Cyber Security services, and other technologies added to its existing telecoms and connectivity capability.
”This furthers the Group’s aim of accelerating growth by providing tailor-made digital solutions to businesses in the public and private sectors across the continent. ” a statement from the company said.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Liquid Intelligent Technologies says is redefining Network, Cloud and Cyber Security offerings through strategic partnerships with leading global players, bringing innovative business applications, intelligent cloud services and world-class security to the African continent.
With the future of network security-driven from the cloud, Liquid Intelligent Technologies’ recently launched its Cyber Security business unit, which uniquely delivers security at its core, protecting your business’s data throughout its lifecycle.
“Our ongoing investment in our networks and data centres across Africa have uniquely positioned us to utilise our infrastructure to accelerate the availability of new intelligent technologies including the high computing power of the Cloud, Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security to our customers. We are now excited to be executing our vision of bringing new technological opportunities to the market with a highly differentiated product set supported by our existing infrastructure and digital innovation. ” Nic Rudnick, Group Chief Executive Officer, Liquid Intelligent Technologies, said.
The company says as part of the re-brand, it is on-boarding new skills and talent as it also aggressively expands into new countries, including Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo, to bring its network connectivity closer to more people and accelerate the development of the digital workplace.
In December last year, it appointed Wole Abu as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Nigeria. Wole also serves as the CEO of the company’s new Africa Data Centre (ADC) in the country, effective January 2021