Cloud Computing: Nigeria’s Comercio wins Huawei Award

Cloud Computing: Nigeria’s Comercio wins Huawei Award

Cloud Computing: Nigeria’s Comercio wins Huawei Award

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Nigeria’s premier indigenous cloud computing company, Comercio Cloud Computing Limited has been named announced the winner of Huawei EBG: Cloud Solutions Partner of the Year Award on 20th March at Huawei Nigeria Eco-Connect 2019.

Aderemi Adejumo, CTO, Comercio Cloud, says the prestigious and coveted award further endorses Comercio Cloud’s success in delivering top-rated Cloud Solutions within the Nigerian local cloud ecosystem.


“Our platform has a lower latency than offshore platforms. We have a number of advantages over the notable foreign cloud platforms. It takes on average less than 25% of the time to retrieve data from an offshore cloud platform.”
Remi Adejumo, CTO, Comercio Cloud Computing Limited

Cloud Computing: Nigeria’s Comercio wins Huawei Award
Remi Adejumo, CTO, Comercio Cloud Computing Limited

The company has in only two years proven to be a force to be reckoned with, providing Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Storage as a Service (SaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery (DR), Adejumo says.

Comercio has been providing industry specific solutions to support their clients varied needs in their Tier III infrastructure built by Construction Data Center and certified by the Uptime Institute, IT industry’s most trusted and adopted global standard for the proper design, build and operation of data centers globally, according to him.

The CTO of Comercio Cloud says Nigeria’s premier indigenous cloud computing company is steadily attaining its mission of providing the Nigerian IT community and sub-region with quality cloud services, business information solutions, reliable and professional technical support, and unparalleled customer service by embracing good ethical business practices.

According to him, there is a greater peace of mind when it comes to sitting on a local cloud platform such as the Comercio platform. “Our platform has a lower latency than offshore platforms. We have a number of advantages over the notable foreign cloud platforms. It takes on average less than 25% of the time to retrieve data from an offshore cloud platform.”

Comercio Cloud is adhering to international standards like the ISO 27001, (Information Security Management System) and ISO 9001 (Quality Management System) and Adeumo says that it is no surprise that Nigeria’s premier indigenous cloud computing company can with ease “provide bespoke services, engage their customers and guide their request to the optimum solution on their platform while bagging meaningful awards.”

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