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IHS Towers Dominates the Tech Innovation Awards (TIA) 2023

IHS Towers dominates the TECH Innovation Awards (TIA) 2023
IHS Towers dominates the TECH Innovation Awards (TIA) 2023

At the Tech Innovation Awards (TIA) 2023 in Lagos, IHS Towers, a telecommunications infrastructure giant spanning Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East, clinched top honors.

The company secured three prestigious awards, cementing its leadership in the industry. These accolades include ‘Telecom Infrastructure Company of the Year,’ ‘Best Sustainable Tower Company of the Year,’ and ‘Tower Team of the Year (IHS Management Team).’

“IHS Towers, one of the largest telecommunications infrastructure providers in Africa, Latin America and the Middle East by tower count, has emerged as one of the biggest winners of the Tech Innovation Awards (TIA) 2023,” stated the event announcement.

Originating in Nigeria over two decades ago, IHS Towers has expanded its operations to 11 countries across three continents, with offices established on five continents.

Notably, the company achieved a historic milestone by listing on the New York Stock Exchange in October 2021, potentially becoming the first Nigerian-founded company to attain this remarkable feat.

“IHS Nigeria is the largest of IHS Towers’ operational markets where it owns over 16,000 towers and provides services across 6 product offerings,” the company emphasized.

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The Tech Innovation Awards (TIA) have evolved into the most esteemed event in the ICT industry, celebrating the outstanding contributions of organizations and individuals. The ceremony brings industry members together to honor achievements among their peers.

“We are here to celebrate the brilliance, ingenuity and incredible impact of the tech industry in Nigeria,” said Akin Naphtal, the Chief Executive Officer at InstinctWave. “If you look through every sector, if you have not infused technology in your business process, then you are lagging.”

Highlighting the surge of tech startups in Nigeria, Naphtal cited over 125 active tech hubs, and emphasized the importance of recognizing those pushing the boundaries of the sector.

“TIA has become a symbol of excellence that marks leadership, quality and innovations from a broad range of organisations in the ICT sector,” noted an event spokesperson.

Other notable awardees at TIA 2023 included Medallion Datacentre, Avanti Communications, Huawei, Broadbase Communications, and Reliance Info Systems.

Femi Isaac Olatunji was recognized as the “Tech PR Consultant of the Year”, while Ikechukwu Nnamani, CEO of Medallion Communication Limited, received the TIA “Datacentre Lifetime Achievement” award.

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