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Dell to launch Nigeria Tech Centre

Dell Technologies said it will soon launch its Tech Experience Centre, to provide cutting-edge technologies to Nigerians. Director, Central and West Africa, Dell Technologies, Nicholas…

Dell Technologies said it will soon launch its Tech Experience Centre, to provide cutting-edge technologies to Nigerians.

Director, Central and West Africa, Dell Technologies, Nicholas Travers, said the project will save the huge costs in capital flight while also boosting technology adoption in Nigeria.

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Travers hailed TD Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa’s foremost tech, lifestyle and solutions distributor for the landmark initiative.

In a statement, he disclosed that Dell Technologies, a partner on the project and one of the global tech giants is expected to occupy the centre, is proud to be associated with the unprecedented development.

‘‘This is a fantastic initiative by TD Africa, perhaps the first of its kind in the region and we are proud to be part of it.’’

Travers also revealed his excitement with the strategic nature of the Experience Centre, which he believes will go a long way in helping Dell Technologies showcase its suite of cutting-edge technologies.

‘‘The launch of the Experience Centre will support the growth of technology in Nigeria and the West African region.

“Also, it provides a fantastic platform for Dell Technologies to showcase the very many technologies we offer,’’ he said.

The Tech Experience Centre, arguably the first of its kind in Africa, is set for launch on Thursday, October 1st 2020, on the occasion of Nigeria’s 60th Independence Anniversary, with the launch streamed live online for the benefit of tech enthusiasts.

Expected to officially commission the centre is the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Pantami.

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