Liquid Dataport signs West Africa connectivity agreement
Under the terms of the agreement, Liquid Dataport will offer Viasat’s connectivity services, working through local partners.Staff Writer
ADC pens interconnect deal with London Internet Exchange
The partnership’s goal is to add value to local network communities, LINX membership and data centre facilities across Africa.
ADC to construct new 10 MW data centre in Ghana
Backed by US development fund, the new facility will be built in Accra with the first phase is scheduled to be completed within 12 months.
Liquid Dataport connects Mombasa to Johannesburg
The new route offers hyper scalers, enterprises, and wholesale carriers direct connectivity to data centres and cloud resources in Johannesburg and Nairobi.
Liquid Dataport ties-up with Algeria’s ICOSNET
The deal will allow ICOSNET access to Liquid's network expanding coverage for its clients' connectivity needs.
ADC, TechAccess tie-up to deploy DCIM solution
The solution will be deployed in Africa Data Centres' two sites in Johannesburg, and its facilities in Cape Town, Nairobi and Lagos.
Africa Data Centres details blueprint for new Sameer facility
The company plans to add 15MW of IT load to its existing infrastructure in Nairobi.
Africa Data Centres deepens alliance with INX-ZA to offer remote peering
INX-ZA is a division of the Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) of South Africa.
Liquid Intelligent Technologies deepens interest in Nigeria
Company says acceleration of digital transformation and rising demand for cloud services has made Nigeria ripe for investment.
Africans must drive Africa’s technology urges Cassava boss
A pan-African conversation about how we train the next generation of general managers and leaders is important says Hardy Pemhiwa.
Digital demand drives Africa Data Centres to muscle up Samrand
Company announces expansion of Gauteng-based Samrand Facility from 10MW to 40MW, as it rolls out phased infrastructure development strategy.
Africa Data Centres draws US$83m to drive expansion plan
Company will use the first tranche of a US$300-million investment to build datacentres in Abidjan, Accra, Cairo, Casablanca and Lagos.