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ENet partners with regional ICT leader to form dynamic solutions company with cybersecurity, cloud infrastructure focus

ENet Head of Business Devon London, ENet CEO Vishok Persaud, Prime Minister Mark Phillips, MBC CEO Akiel Ghany and DynamIQ Director Nadia Bulkan

ENet, Guyana’s only locally-owned telecommunications provider, has partnered with Memory Bank Computers Ltd (MBC), a regional technology solutions leader, to form DynamIQ, a new and innovative Information Communications Technology (ICT) solutions provider in Guyana. This strategic partnership brings together the expertise and resources of two industry giants to deliver tailored ICT solutions that meet the unique needs of their clients.

By combining MBC’s 35 years of ICT solutions expertise with ENet’s robust network infrastructure – including data centers, an international subsea cable system, countrywide fiber optic and 5G mobile connectivity – DynamIQ will focus on cybersecurity, cloud infrastructure, and managed ICT services. Committed to delivering end-to-end solutions, DynamIQ aims to address the specific needs, pain points, and productivity objectives of its clients. From seamless connectivity to state-of-the-art devices and top-tier security measures, DynamIQ promises a comprehensive, streamlined experience designed to drive growth for its clients.

During a courtesy call with the DynamIQ team comprising MBC CEO Akiel Ghany, ENet CEO Vishok Persaud, DynamIQ Director Nadia Bulkan, and ENet Head of Business Devon London, Hon. Prime Minister of Guyana, Brigadier (Ret’d) Mark Phillips, emphasised the pivotal role of ICTs in the country’s transformation. He also highlighted the importance of expertise in managing emerging concerns such as data integrity and cybersecurity.

“I wish to take this opportunity to reaffirm the Government’s dedication to creating an enabling environment for the use of ICTs across all sectors, bridging the digital divide and ensuring equal access within Guyana.

“Guyana is on a path of rapid development and increased adoption of technology is a critical part of pursuing sustainable development. Our Government is committed to making and supporting investments that will improve Guyana’s ICT sector, and DynamIQ is a partnership that brings value and will not only meet existing demands but also create new opportunities for innovation and development,” remarked Prime Minister Phillips.

Akiel Ghany, CEO of MBC and DynamIQ, expressed his enthusiasm about the partnership, saying, “The launch of DynamIQ will deliver premium ICT solutions that empower organisations and enterprises in Guyana to thrive in the digital era. We are focused on delivering value and best-in-class solutions at the lowest market price for our clients.”

MBC brings a wealth of experience and skill to the partnership, with accolades such as being a Lenovo Platinum Partner in both the Intelligent Devices Group (IDG) and Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG). Additionally, MBC has been recognised as the English Caribbean’s most experienced Nutanix partner and is a HP Amplify Power Partner in Managed Print Services.

The timing of this new joint venture is opportune as Guyana, a new oil economy, attracts increasing attention from regional and international companies. With a thriving private sector and a growing dependence on ICT services to boost productivity, the demand for advanced ICT solutions has never been greater.

Moreover, the region demonstrates a pressing demand for advanced cybersecurity, as evidenced by numerous instances of public agencies falling victim to cyber attacks including Trinidad and Tobago’s justice department, multiple regional private sector conglomerates, and the Bermuda government, which all suffered cyber attacks last year.

DynamIQ aims to leverage the strengths and expertise of both companies to deliver high-quality technology solutions to Guyana. With a focus on innovation, cybersecurity, and efficient IT solutions, DynamIQ aims to drive digital growth and development in both the public and private sectors.


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