MainOne Introduces New Datacentre In Ghana

27 September 2019

Computing

MainOne, the connectivity and datacentre solutions provider, has announced the construction of its new MDXi datacentre in Accra Ghana saying that it is a significant part of its ongoing West African growth strategy.

According to a statement released by the company, the facility will be based in the centre of Accra and is scheduled to be ready for launch in Q4 2020.

MainOne says the infrastructure will boast private datacentre suites as well as multi-level security and video surveillance.

Kazeem Oladepo, the Regional Executive at MainOne, said that as an organisation that is committed to providing broadband infrastructure throughout West Africa, MainOne is excited to make this investment and support the digitisation journey of its Ghanaian customers with the new datacentre.

Gbenga Adegbiji, the Director of MDXi, added that this expansion would see MDXi contributing to the growth of Ghana’s economy by providing jobs and enhancing economic growth.

In May this year, MainOne said that it would invest millions over the next 2-3 years as part of its massive Digital Lagos: Broadband for All campaign.

According to MainOne, the objective behind the campaign is to enable the digital transformation of Lagos through the deployment of robust broadband infrastructure across the state.

Source: ITWeb Africa