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Africa Data Centres and iOCO Announce New Strategic Partnership

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Africa Data Centres and iOCO have announced a new strategic partnership aimed at improving their customers’ digital experiences. Through this collaboration, iOCO customers will gain access to Africa Data Centre’s cutting-edge data centre colocation services. The partnership will widen Africa Data Centre’s capabilities, offering an expanded range of services to a more extensive customer base, thereby addressing diverse digital needs.


“In today’s challenging business landscape, customers expect more from their data centres and colocation partners than ever before,” commented Tesh Durvasula, CEO of Africa Data Centres. “The skyrocketing demand for everything digital, from cloud, automation, and a range of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) applications, depends heavily on the modern data centre.”

Africa Data Centres is a carrier and vendor-neutral ecosystem with multiple data centres across the continent. It views this partnership as an opportunity for its customers to leverage iOCO’s offerings. This collaboration aims to provide state-of-the-art infrastructure capable of handling the most demanding compute requirements.

Japie Botha, iOCO Business Executive for Cloud Services, stated, “iOCO is thrilled to join forces with Africa Data Centres, boosting our data centre capabilities and extending our Cloud platform to their Tier 4-built data centre. This expansion allows us to reach more customers and strategically positions us with geographically dispersed data centres.”

Botha emphasized that beyond colocation services, the collaboration enables iOCO to offer comprehensive data centre services at a lower cost in a top-tier facility. This aligns with iOCO’s commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction.

The partnership recognizes that successful businesses today go beyond technology and infrastructure alone. It’s about achieving outcomes aligned with organizational goals, including operational efficiency, digital transformation, competitiveness, next-generation IT, OT, and automation. Success also involves maximizing the use of next-generation technologies and realigning IT resources to meet evolving demands. To facilitate effective digital transformation, businesses must have access to an ecosystem of networks and cloud providers at any time and from anywhere. Working collaboratively, iOCO and Africa Data Centres leverage their complementary positions in the market to help customers achieve their digital transformation goals, concludes Durvasula.

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