On the 21st of March, 2013, HAYO was
officially inaugurated by H. E. Macky Sall,
President of Senegal.
HAYO has selected Ourossogui, a centrally located city within the Region of Matam, as its regional office. This office covers an expansive 6,000 ftÂ², is strategically located along the main highway and is equipped with an up to date Data Center and Network Operations Centre (NOC).
Consortium du Service Universel (CSU) is a Senegal based consortium of companies comprised of five Senegalese companies. CSU holds a Universal Services License for providing Telecommunication Services including GSM, Fixed Line, WiMax based Internet Data, Voice and Video Services. The license was awarded through a public bid in the year 2009 to CSU. The consortium was backed by Financial and Technical partners to roll out the services and hence formed a Joint Venture.
HAYO is one of the well-diversified business undertakings encompassing Telecommunications, WiFi & WiMAX Solutions, Infrastructure Development, Solar Energy Solutions, Investments, IT and IT Enabled Services, Agriculture and Mining.
It is endowed with the collective acumen of a vast pool of professionals who possess varied skill sets in every facet of Telecommunications. A cumulative 1,400 man-years experienced team and a formidable standing of 13 years in the field of IT and Telecommunications give HAYO its depth and versatility to efficiently manage mega projects.
HAYO has a permanent presence in 4 continents and maintains a customer base of more than 25 countries. HAYO holds stake and is on the board of CSU. The board of CSU has formed an operational entity named HAYO SA to fully exploit the Universal Services License awarded to it under a special article of the License Agreement which permits the Licensee to form an operational entity. The initial roll out of services will be executed in the Pilot Region of Matam, Senegal.