News from Angola – The Paratus Internet Technologies Angola group announced in Luanda the construction of its first Datacenter Tier IV, thus becoming the first of this category developed in Angola.
This new structure will complement the two Tier III datacenters, by design, that the multinational already owns and operates in the country.
According to the statement that Notícias de Angola had access to today, it points out that the new datacenter will be built on a land of more than 30,000m2, will have the potential to host more than 2000 racks and cages and a total energy capacity of more than 10 megawatts.
According to the Chairman of the Board of Directors of PARATUS Rolf Mendelsohn, this is a natural evolution after having recently built other world-class datacenters in Namibia and Zambia.
Rolf Mendelsohn said that it will be the largest in Angola, and not only complements our current datacenter offer, but will also cement our position in the country as a leading operator in the country.
“Putting critical infrastructure in datacenters is becoming a must for companies that want to take advantage of the digital economy. We will support, providing the necessary infrastructure and services to give companies what they need to actively compete in the fourth industrial revolution”, he revealed.
With a 99.98% SLA, backed by the latest world-class technologies, the PARATUS Group datacenters provide unique guarantees and resilience.
The PARATUS Group is a founding member, currently has four (4) state-of-the-art datacentres, Tier-III by design, carrier neutral, certified and purpose built in Southern Africa.