Nigerian firm Garanntor, a hosting company and accredited domain registrar, has officially launched at its Tier III data centre in Lagos, RackCentre.
Garanntor is the first in the industry to host all its infrastructure in Nigeria, offering Infrastructure-as-a-Service solutions to developers, SMEs, NGOs, corporates and government organizations.
Its infrastructure is engineered to deliver services in line with global standards, offers three of levels redundancy, service level agreement on hardware and 99.9 per cent connectivity.
It all started with a market gap, after a client mentioned the need for a cloud hosting company with a data centre located locally that can match global standards, to Garanntor managing director Olalekan Ajayi, who has been in the IT industry for 10 years.
There was a need for a cloud company that guarantees 100 per cent uptime to fulfil the growing demand from local businesses for next-generation IT services, which was proficient and not too costly.
Garanntor went the extra mile to include 24-hour customer service and support to assist its customers every step of the way, at any time, on the phone, social media, email, live chat.
Nigerians now have access to affordable, fast, premium data hosting services which include – but are not limited to – domain names, virtual private servers, cloud servers, web hosting, web security, cloud solutions, content delivery network, application hosting, cloud storage, disaster recovery and colocation.
Visit www.garanntor.ng for more information on Garanntor.
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