By Charles Mgbolu
One of Nigeriaâ€™s leading telecommunications companies, 21st Century Technologies Limited, has announcedÂ plans to unveilÂ new products and servicesÂ at the 10th West African International Telecommunications and InformationÂ Technology exhibition (W.Afri.Tel 2010) to launch a new direction for the company.
The telecom firm said in a statement that said thatÂ it is set to take the African telecom market by storm going forward, and W.Afri.Tel provides it the ample opportunity to create the necessaryawareness for its products and services.
Scheduled to take place at the new ultramodern, purpose built Eko Expo Hall next June,Â it will provide a platform for the sub-regionâ€™s leading mobile, telecoms and ICT operators as well as equipment manufacturers, networks solutions providers, computers and computing companies, among others, to put their best and latest products and services on display.
Chief Executive Officer of 21st Century Technologies, Mr. Wale Ajisebutu said:
â€œWe see W.Afri.Tel as the ultimate technology exhibition for the West African sub-region, for any leading telecom company to demonstrate its capabilities and showcase what it has for the market. This is why we are going to the event, with products and services that the public has never seen in this region before.â€
According to him,Â 21st Century Technologies, which has a long and cherished history as a fixed line telephone operator and an international carrier of carriers, has been playing a crucial and key role serving the corporate market in Nigeria with cutting edge technological telephone services and now sees a great need to further its offerings, because the market is ready for new products and services.
â€œSome people think that the growth in the Nigerian telecom market is slowing down. But I tell you, with new and innovative ideas, there is hardly any limit to the growth in this market. And that is why we are storming W.Afri.Tel to showcase some of the most innovative and exciting products and services that we have packaged for this market,â€ he added.