Africa Data Centers are planned, built, and operated to the highest standards needed by today’s major cloud providers, carriers, and companies, delivering peace of mind to businesses of any size.
Not only has the volume of data increased, but so has its worth. Large data sets have become a valuable commodity for both businesses and economies, allowing them to improve decision-making, differentiate themselves, and increase efficiency.
The Africa Data Center Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
NTT Ltd., a worldwide technology services leader, and Dimension Data, a South African systems integrator and managed services provider that represents NTT Ltd. in the Middle East and Africa, announced today that building on their Johannesburg 1 Data Center has begun.
The data center will be built in two parts, with the design based on tier 3 standards.The Johannesburg 1 Data Center will allow them to extend their skills and worldwide capacity in order to fulfill the growing infrastructure needs of international clients in the African market.
The Togolese Ministry of Postal Services, Digital Economy, and Technological Innovation has entrusted APL with project management for the development of a colocation data hosting center with extremely high levels of service continuity and security, as well as solar energy.
Africa Data Centres, the continent’s largest network of interconnected, carrier- and cloud-neutral data center facilities, is proud to announce the opening of its new 10MW data center facility in Lagos, Nigeria. Africa Data Centers’ hyperscale customers will be able to install digitisation solutions in West Africa thanks to the new facility.
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