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Thursday, December 22, 2005

Juniper Solutions repositions, moves

In continuation of its repositioning exercise, Juniper Solutions Limited (JSL), has moved into a new office block located at the popular Ikorodu Expressway, Ilupeju.

The firm said, this has become vital due to JSL’s increasing clientele which require spacious office to accommodate, as explained by the Managing Director, Mr. Gboyega Ojuri.

JSL which operates JuniSat Broadband Internet Service and proprietor of the Geniac Personal Computer (PC) brand, is a leading ICT firm with over fifteen years experience within the industry.

Mr. Ojuri said that with the company’s enhanced service delivery,
customers demands will be attained without problem at its new
location.

JSL, he also said, have repositioned to ensure seamless service to all, recalling that the firm was formerly situated along Gbagada Express road, by Charley Boy bus stop, but at present, its new corporate office is situated by Olabode House, Ikorodu road, Ilupeju.

"The company has really grown over the years and we need a spacious place to operate in most especially with our latest drive to boost personal computer penetration and connectivity in the country with the recent introduction of Geniac," he said.

Additionally, JSL recently engaged VIA Technologies Incorporated of Taiwan in a deal to boost Geniac brand of PCs in the nation’s market.

This plan stipulates the potential that Geniac PCs would have easier internet connectivity in an affordable way. The pact was what brought about the Geniac range of computers into the stables of JSL.

VIA Technologies Inc is the supplier of market-leading core logic chipsets, low power x86 processors, advanced connectivity, multimedia, networking and storage silicon, and complete platform solutions that are driving system innovation in the PC and embedded markets.

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