How AIO Systems’ operations in Nigeria address unique market needs

All-in-one solution addresses key challenges such as unreliable grid, fuel and equipment theft

Read this article to learn:

  • Resourcing AIO’s operations in Nigeria, including a dedicated NOC and local project management, deployment and installation staff
  • How AIO Systems maximises use of grid power
  • Monitoring regular site maintenance stops to reduce equipment write-offs by 14% across 400 sites
  • How AIO monitors, manages and reduces diesel and equipment theft
  • How AIO’s “know your opex” policy enabled 40% opex savings across 7,000 sites; amounting to over $1mn per annum

Operating cell sites in Nigeria is notoriously challenging. The challenges of an unreliable grid, compounded by a rampant diesel mafia, put real pressure on opex and on margins. But AIO Systems has delivered opex savings of 40% across 7,000 Nigerian cell sites, offering return on investment in their RMS and Hybrid solution in less than…

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