MDXI, asteroid partner mull west africa’s carrier-neutral internet exchange
West Africa’s largest data centre provider, MDXI and global IXP platform provider, Asteroid have partnered to launch a carrier-neutral Internet Exchange Point...
MDXI achieves Microsoft gold data centre competency
MDXI, data centre provider, has attained the Gold Data Centre certification from Microsoft, thus strengthening its position as one of the leading Cloud Services providers in Africa demonstrating “best-in-class” capability to meet Microsoft’s customers’ needs.
MDXI achieves Microsoft competency, SAP recertification
West Africa’s full-scale datcentre provider MDXI, has attained the Gold Data Centre certification from Microsoft, thus strengthening its position as one of the leading Cloud Services providers in Africa demonstrating “best-in-class” capability to meet Microsoft’s customers’ needs. The Gold Data Centre is the highest partnership level with Microsoft in Data Centre Competencies and is the…
MDXI achieves TCCF, now most certified data center in Nigeria
Mainone’s Data Centre subsidiary, MDXI has received its Tier III Constructed Facility certification (TCCF) from the Uptime Institute. With this new milestone, MDXI becomes the leading Data center in West Africa with the top 5 certifications in the industry, being the Tier III Constructed Facility certification, TCCF, the PCI-DSS certification which certifies the Data center…
MDXI wins most connected Nigerian data centre award
Premier data centre operator in West Africa, MDXI (a MainOne Company) won the most Connected Tier III Data Centre award at the Beacon of ICT Awards (BoICT), organized by the Nigerian Communications Week over the weekend. Dubbed West Africa’s Telehouse, due to its status as most connected data centre, with proven competence to interconnect OTTs…
‘Our data center operations beyond power constraint’
Though power availability in Nigeria may be the bane for other data centers and enterprises, the General Manager of MainOne Data Center, Gbenga Adegbiji has said their operations have overcome power constraints in the country.
‘Nigeria needs enabling policies to drive digital transformation’
One of the major constraints we experience is the high cost of operations, vide access to forex, low availability of Power (as you have to rely mostly on diesel-powered generators for a 24/7 operations) and high cost of importation.