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Invue introduce first exclusive IR2 Key security device
InVue has redefined how shelved merchandise is protected by providing robust security while allowing customer access to critical purchase information. Invue introduce Shelf Tether, the first and only shelf security solution using InVue’s exclusive and new series 2800.
IR2 Shelf Tether™ No other solution is specifically designed to protect merchandise displayed on a shelf. Cable recoils so customers can easily interact with merchandise while you maintain a clean shelf
Secured by the IR StopLok™ providing fast access, to merchandise and superior protection and with an alarming version alarms if the cable is cut or the box is moved off its fixture. The new Shelf Tether is also available in a non-alarming version.
Also Invue introduced new S2800, it is flexible, multi-position security system that allows retailers to secure multiple branded items such as smartphones, tablets, cameras, wearables and accessories on a single fixture or display.
Experts predict 30percent increment in ICT investment
Nigerian Information and Communication Technology (ICT) have been described as the fastest-growing in the world.
The country currently over 134.5 million subscribers, 96 per cent teledensity and over 74 million internet subscribers connected via narrow bands, and over $32 billion ICT investment.
Following the approval of the National Broadband Plan 2013-2018 by President Goodluck Jonathan early in 2013, the country has been embarking on various projects and attending most international ICT meetings to woo potential investors to invest in its broadband market.
According to experts from KPMG, the investment drive has become imperative as Nigeria would need about $10 billion investment in its broadband sector in the next five years with $2 billion investment yearly.
Nigeria’s broadband penetration, which currently stands at about six percent can be increased five-folds to about 30 per cent in the next four years.
In his comments, the incoming scribe of ITU, Mr Houlin Zhao, said Nigeria’s broadband penetration might witness the kind of growth pattern recorded in the ICT sector through the nation’s adoption of the Long Term Evolution/ Fourth Generation (4G), one of the fastest in the world, while urging investors to visit Nigeria to tap into its huge investment opportunities in broadband.
Zhao said, “Nigeria’s broadband will be fastest in growth than many developed countries and African countries going by the sound broadband policy already put in place in Nigeria. So, I am very optimistic that Nigeria is on its way to leading the world in ICT and the future is very bright.”