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“New Product Innovation Award”: New consecration for inwi

Another international consecration for inwi! The global telecom operator has just been awarded the “New Product Innovation Award”, awarded by the US consulting firm Frost & Sullivan. This award rewards inwi’s innovation efforts in its core network.

“Inwi has, for several years, proceeded to a large modernization of our infrastructure and our network architecture with our partner Huawei. We now have a modern and agile infrastructure that is able to adapt to all current and future technological developments,” said Alexei Kharlamov, Technical and Information Systems Director at inwi.

A major player in digital transformation, inwi has developed scalable network infrastructures and innovative solutions. As a reminder, the operator was the first to have successfully experimented in Morocco a mobile connection to more than 1Gigabyte/second. By inaugurating its data center in Rabat Technopolis, the largest ever built in Morocco, and the first sovereign cloud, inwi has ensured that its core network is equipped with virtualized platforms of the latest generation.

“This international recognition reflects the full extent of the efforts we have made to put the best of connectivity at the disposal of Moroccan consumers. In this sense, the ability to innovate is essential to succeed in constantly anticipating the expectations of our customers. Our success is therefore based on our constant desire to innovate to bring even more value to consumers,” continues Alexei Kharlamov.

This spirit of innovation is rooted in the DNA of inwi. This is how the operator recently launched its 100% digital telecom brand “Win by inwi”. Win is a new, interactive and evolving universe, where all the courses and services, from subscription to customer support, are dematerialized.

Continuing this momentum, inwi was the first telecommunications operator in Morocco to launch a Mobile Money service. Called “inwi money”, this service allows users to access, with a simple click, a whole range of financial services. They can transfer money, recharge their phone line, pay their bills or make purchases from partner merchants.

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