BringCom Incorporated, a provider of connectivity solutions to developing countries, has reached a tentative agreement to acquire Datanet.Com, LLC, the company said.
Established in 1999, Datanet is a network service provider operating in Uganda and Kenya and offering corporate network connectivity as well as secure and reliable wholesale access services.
Datanet was the first company in the East African region to enroll in the MEF Services Interconnect program (MEF-SI) with the aim of establishing standardized Carrier Ethernet access services and networks.
Datanet will be renamed BringCom Uganda once the transaction is completed.
BringCom has been offering connectivity solutions since 1992 to enterprise and government customers in the United States, the Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East. It delivers telecommunications services to and from some of the world´s most challenging locations while providing state-of-the-art communications links for its customers.
BringCom is headquartered in Sterling, VA, USA, in conjunction with its international teleport and main fiber Point of Presence (PoP). Its international operational knowledge, coupled with extensive local partnerships, expanding global connectivity services in Africa, the Middle East, Europe, the United States and Asia, uniquely positions BringCom to deliver reliable end-to-end solutions at competitive rates.
Established in 1999, Datanet is a privately owned network service provider operating in Uganda and Kenya. Datanet is at the forefront of the East Africa regional telecommunications industry expanding its MEF CE 2.0 certified network and bringing new corporate services to the market, earning the reputation for providing reliable, secure, business-grade networking services to clients who run critical business applications throughout East Africa.