About KKONTech

About KKONTech

KKON Technologies is an Open Access Network provider focused in Fiber To The Business (FTTB) with the aim of providing seamless fiber connectivity to thousands of businesses across the country.

With our over 16 years of providing affordable and reliable connectivity service, KKON rolls out its fiber network to the Corporate Organizations and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) using an Open Access business model which makes us to be an independent fiber network provider that provides line rental services to ISPs on a fully vendor neutral basis.

KKON Technologies has the mission to become the largest telecommunication infrastructure provider in Nigeria using our HDD (Horizontal Directional Drilling) machines to provide most secured, reliable and highly proficient fiber network with promise to serve with:

To guarantee optimum reliability and quality of its system, we have built a state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC) with redundancy in Marina, Surulere, Lekki and Gbagada while we have our Data Recovery Centre in Ikeja, Ikosi and Agege to inter-connect our fiber SDH network nation-wide.

Our facilities are monitored 24x7x365 by a highly trained and a best in class technical and management team. We guarantee optimum network availability with our unrivaled Service Level Agreement (SLA) with service credits.

Our Mission

By focusing on the Customer and delivering superior solutions while assuring a continuous Quality Services.

Objectives

Stability, Visibility and Quality.

Our Vision

To become the most reliable and highly proficient IT services and telecoms services provider.

Core Values

Innovation, Quality and Integrity.

Our Vision

To become the most reliable and highly proficient ICT solutions provider

Our Mission

By focusing on the Customer and delivering superior solutions while assuring a continuous Quality Services.

Core Values

Innovation, Quality
and Integrity.

Objectives

Stability, Visibility and Quality.

Our Clientele

Telia Carrier

Telia Carrier is the number1 Internet Backbone that connect end-users to content and enterprise to the cloud in more than 120 cities in 35 countries worldwide. Their IP customer routes account for more than half of the internet routing table with the world best connected backbone.

Telia is our primary internet backbone providers that connects all our internet traffics to the world from UK.

Cogent Communications

Cogent is one of the world’s largest Internet Service Providers, delivering high quality Internet, Ethernet and Colocation services to over 85,600 Enterprise and NetCentric customers. Cogent serves over 204 markets in 44 countries across its facilities-based, all-optical IP network.

Cogent is our secondary internet backbone providers that concurrently connects our internet traffics to the world alongside the primary providers and auto-fail if need be.

ACE Submarine Cable

Ace (Africa Coast to Europe) is an Undersea Pan-African internet broadband capacity provider. Its fibre optics (Sub-marine) backbone network connects Africa to Europe. ACE engages in the supply of dedicated chunk bandwidth capacity to telecom operators and internet service providers in the West African region and beyond.

We leverage on their submarine cable to provision high capacity IPLC from London to Lagos.

WIOCC

WIOCC (West Indian Ocean Cable) is Africa’s leading supplier of resilient, end-to-end managed, wholesale connectivity solutions into, out of and within Africa.

We have revolutionized the delivery of high-capacity connectivity between Africa and the rest of the world and are currently building Africa’s first, truly hyperscale network infrastructure to ensure OTTs, Content Providers, Telco’s and ISPs can take advantage of the many opportunities Africa has to offer – both now and in the future. WIOCC provides us with high capacity IPLC from London to Lagos via WACS and SAT-3 submarine cable.

CISCO System

Cisco is the world leader in multi-layer protocol system integration equipment. All KKON data traffics are terminated on a Cisco Carrier grade device.

  • GUARATEE TRUST BANK PLC
  • FIDELITY BANK PLC
  • POLARIS BANK PLC 
  • STANBIC BANK PLC 
  • ACCESS BANK PLC
  • STERLING BANK PLC
  • FIRST PENSION CUSTODIAN 
  • ACCION MICRO FINANCE BANK 
  • LAPO MICRO FINANCE BANK 
  • FORTIS MICRO FINANCE BANK 
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN MFB
  • SHORELINE NATURAL RESOURCES
  • INDORAMA ELEME PETROCHEMICAL.
  • LUFTHANZA AIRLINE PH. 
  • HONEY WELL GROUP 
  • AXA MANSARD 
  • UNITED BANK OF AFRICA
  • FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA
  • HERITAGE BANK PLC
  • UNION BANK PLC  
  • FCMB PLC
  • ATLANTIC HALL SCHOOL
  • SOVEREIGN TRUST INSURANCE 
  • ADDOSSER MICRO FIN. BANK 
  • IBETO MICRO FINANCE BANK 
  • ABBEY MORTGAGE BANK 
  • HARMONY RESERVATION AREA
  • ELECTROMART SHOWROOMS
  • LAGBUS
  • ZUMA SUIT
  • JOFEL INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
  • SMARTMARK LIMITED 
  • BOSAK MICROFINANCE BANK 
  • GREENWICH MICRO FINANCE BANK
  • SL AIRLINE AND LOGISTICS
  • JUMIA
  • NETPOINT LAGOS & PH
  • FINATRUST MICROFINANCE BANK
  • SIFAX GROUP
  • WATSILA LAGOS
  • VF GLOBAL SERVICE NIG. LTD
  • INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS NIGERIA
  • AIRSPACE CENTER 1 & 2
  • FORTIS LOBITTO
  • SIEMENS NIGERIA
  • STARTIMES
  • HERITAGE ENERGY OPR. SERV. LTD
  • FLOUR MILLS NIGERIA

How we roll out our Fiber Network

Planning

Before we can begin physical trenching work in an area, we need to plan where our core route cable will run, where the cables that will connect each home will be placed and where we will place each manhole. We need to do this for every meter that we physically construct.

We then need to submit this plan to the required government institution in order to get permission to undertake the project.

Trenching

After our plan has been approved by all concerned parties, we can then begin the work of laying our fiber. We start the work by first digging up the sidewalk and then laying the empty ducts using HDD machines that will make up the core route cables, as well as the duct that will go to each home.

This is performed on the same day so that we can fill the trench back in. During this time our manholes are also installed to allow us to connect homes to our network.

Reinstatement

The moment we are certain that all the duct integrity has been maintained through the trenching process, we can then reinstate the tar, paving or unpaved ground and return the road at a bare minimum to its original state but usually to a state better than we found it.

Blowing the fiber

After the empty ducts have been laid (and duct integrity has been vetted) we can then start blowing the fiber through the ducts. We use high pressure air to push the fiber through the empty ducts between manholes.

We can then connect the fiber to other manholes by joining two sections of fiber to each other. This is done by fusing the fiber (glass) strands to each other.