Garanntor Nigeria, a local hosting company hosting all of its infrastructure at a Local tier III datacentre in Lagos Nigeria, has been named the winner in the Best Local Hosting Company category; beating stiff competition from four  other hosting companies at Nira 2017 .NG awards. This award aims to continuously encourage the growth of local website hosting companies in Nigeria which help to make the Internet a more secure, open, accessible and diverse experience for all.

Speaking to Journalists, the Marketing Manager of Garanntor Nigeria, Agbroko Obor who received the award noted that ‘’the need for home grown hosting services of international standards’’ with unmatched support and at affordable prices is geared towards the local internet growth and contribution to the Nigerian economy.

Garanntor offers Nigerians affordable, fast, premium local data hosting services which include but not limited to – domain names, virtual private servers, cloud servers, web hosting, web security, cloud solutions, content delivery network, application hosting, cloud storage, disaster recovery and colocation.

Garanntor received its award on Friday, April 21, 2017 at a gala dinner hosted by Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA) at Lagos Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.

You can find out more about Garanntor’s offerings on their website: www.garanntor.ng

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