MainOne,the largest commercial data center services provider in West Africa, has announced the expansion of its data center brand, MDXi, into Accra, Ghana.
In this regard,the new data center facility which will be based in Appolonia City, Accra is expected to expand MainOne’s already robust infrastructure and service profile in Ghana as part of its ongoing West African expansion plans.
Regarding the planned expansion, Director MDXi, Gbenga Adegbiji, stated that, “Based on our strong track record as the preferred commercial data center in West Africa, it is with great pleasure that we announce the expansion of our MDXi footprint in Ghana.
“This expansion will see MDXi contributing to the growth of the local economy by providing jobs, enhancing capacity development and economic growth. Most importantly, it ensures that we are fully equipped and positioned to serve more businesses in Ghana as the region continues to grow its digital economy.”
Speaking on the impact of the expansion will make in Ghana, the CEO of Appolonia City,Bright Owosu-Amofah, stated that, “The city’s innovative vision to drive industrialization and social infrastructure has been made possible through partnerships like MainOne and its subsidiary company MDXi, whose data centre infrastructure will play a major role towards the economic growth and viability of Appolonia City, and also be the backbone for a connected ICT ecosystem.
“We look forward to witnessing the future of Appolonia City businesses being locally hosted and digitally empowered.”
The Tier III center facility which will be constructed on 4,047 sqm land area in Appolonia City in the northern suburbs of Greater Accra metropolitan, is expected to start its services in the fourth quarter of 2020 thus, assuring it’s collocated customers of the highest quality of service to meet their business requirements.
Taking into consideration it’s customers bussiness, the facility will offer customers the opportunity to host infrastructure in a facility guaranteed to provide high levels of availability and rich connectivity with a global network of customers, partners and suppliers hence ensuring 24/7 hours effective online delivery of services for the businesses.
It will also cater for the ever-increasing demand for colocation and interconnection services for multinationals and local businesses seeking shared services facilities for their ICT resources in world class facilities.