Altron Nexus is a Level 1 B-BBEE, ISO 9001 and ISO 45001 accredited company. We provide our portfolio of solutions through the following Business Units:
While you can’t predict the future, you can certainly help shape it. At Altron Nexus we know that today the intersections of business and technology are characterised by the need for innovative fit-for-purpose digital solutions, empowering organisations to do what they do – better and faster.
In order to help navigate these needs, we have developed a suite of world-class solutions ranging from next-generation enterprise network services, to Smart Industry platforms and Safe City ecosystems. We can deliver these as managed services or as turnkey plan, build, operate, transfer (PBOT) deliveries including professional consultation.
The partnership between Altron Nexus and Huawei began in 2012 When Altron and Huawei embarked on the PRASA GSM-R roll out countrywide, shortly afterwards Altron Nexus was awarded the Gauteng Provincial Government Broadband Network (GBN) project. The GBN is a transport layer network being deployed by Altron Nexus, using Huawei networking equipment, to carry multiple broadband services including but not limited to voice, data and video traffic across Gauteng provincial governments; offices, schools and hospitals. Multiple services and applications are required to run over this network and are currently being provided to over 1600 sites throughout Gauteng.
Altron Nexus was successfully awarded several projects in collaboration with Huawei to deliver communications solutions,:
- The GSM-R Network for PRASA [Passenger Rail Association of South Africa] Altron Nexus delivered multiple networks across South Africa.
- The Ekurhuleni Wi-Fi Network – Altron Nexus delivered a corporate and a public Wi-Fi network to cover sites within the Ekurhuleni Municipal Metro.
- City of Tshwane Broadband services – Altron Nexus to provide connectivity for municipal sites that belong to the City of Tshwane.
- Limpopo Broadband Network – Altron Nexus is rolling out a broadband network in the Limpopo province to enable connectivity across the entire province.
- The GBN phase II project worth ZAR 2.5 Billion (delivered over three years) was.
What problem/s is the solution solving
Providing communication to the unconnected
Provide more cost effect communications
To enable safe and smart environments