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The demand for data centers continues to grow on the African continent, which is also experiencing high demand for high-speed connectivity and cloud services. Local and foreign companies are stepping up investments to meet this demand. Ghana’s Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia last week inaugurated a Tier 4 data center in Amrahia, Adentan Municipality, Greater Accra Region. With...

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Côte d’Ivoire’s previous national development plan, 2016-2020, contributed to an average economic growth of 5.9%. The state wants to do better with the new. It is determined to tap more into the potential of digital by consolidating services and infrastructure. The Minister of Communication and the Digital Economy, Amadou Coulibaly, announces the construction of a data center...

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Actis majority-owned datacentre Rack Centre, an established carrier-neutral Tier III datacentre in West Africa, said it has become the first International Finance Corporation (IFC) EDGE-certified datacentre in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). EDGE, an innovation of IFC, member of the World Bank group, is a preeminent international green certification system that focuses on empowering...

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Nigerian company Kasi Cloud Ltd has announced that it held a groundbreaking ceremony in Lekki, Lagos on 19 April 2022, to signal the beginning of construction on the company’s first of several planned data centre campuses in Nigeria. Kasi is a first-of-its-kind mass-scale data centre and digital ecosystem platform company, bringing design and critical digital...