Open Access Data Centres (OADC), a WIOCC Group Company, has said that the recent foreign exchange (FX) rates unification in Nigeria would boost data centre investment in the country.
Open Access Data Centres (OADC), a WIOCC Group Company has reiterated its commitment to fully implement its planned $500 million inv estment in data centre infrastructure in Africa, made in 2021, for a five-year period.
24 Aug 2022
As part of measures to grow indigenous telecoms operators, experts have beckoned on the Federal Government to enforce data sovereignty and local residency.
14 Oct 2021
AFRICA is currently underserved in terms of Data Centre (DC) capacity, accounting for one per cent of the global total.
15 Sep 2021
Africa’s hope of improved connectivity has been hinged on digital infrastructure.
9 Sep 2021
Stakeholders have stated that data centre operators across Africa are investing in expanding their footprint to power the explosive growth in data consumption and digital services fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
22 Apr 2020
The Federal Government has been advised to speed up the implementation of the National Broadband Plan (NBP) 2020 to 2025, as more services will go online post COVID-19 period.
6 Mar 2020
Actis, a leading investor of private capital into global emerging markets announced it has acquired a majority stake in Rack Centre, Nigeria’s leading provider of data centre colocation and cloud services.
26 Jun 2019
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Rack Centre, Ayotunde Coker, has said that Nigeria’s Information Communications Technology (ICT) sector contributes...
19 Apr 2019
Following a stringent judging process, Rack Centre, African Premium Data Centre is a finalist for the third year in a row in the prestigious UK Data Centre Solutions Award.
22 Mar 2019
Rack centre, foremost Data centre operator in the country has expressed its determination to deliver unmatched data centre services as it positions to be the leading operator in Sub-Saharan Africa.
6 Mar 2019
Developments have shown that the quality of telecommunications service (voice, data and video) may not improve until Nigeria can boast of improved power supply. Power cuts and erratic supply have been linked to 70 per cent drop in quality of telecommunications services in the country. These are outside other environmental and business challenges. A tower…