VueTel, a provider of advanced services for telecommunications based on artificial intelligence and machine learning says it is investing $1.2 million to tap Nigerian market for international wholesale and voice data services.
VueTel based in US counts Nigeria alongside Ghana, and other African market where it expects to expand its international wholesale and voice data services with the new investments.
VueTel USA plans to continue its $1.2 million investment to expand its wholesale voice and data services to help U.S. companies better connect with African countries, the technology group says by providing “high quality safe services as well as anti-fraud systems based on the principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning, applied to the international management of voice and data communications.”
Under the plan, VueTel says the activation of a PoP in New York, after main hubs of London, Paris, Marseille, Milan, and Palermo, consolidating its voice and data markets foray in Nigeria and markets like Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria, Libya, Benin, Togo, Niger, Mali, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Angola.
VueTel also announced the hiring of Todd Baron as Chief Operating Officer of its U.S. operating company, VueTel USA. The telecoms firm expands its New Jersey office with a primary focus of connecting the U.S. and Africa.