ENGIE has been selected for the operation and servicing of the Orange Products and services Group’s info middle in Abidjan, for a 5-yr contract that will commence early June 2019.
This datacenter of the latest era, built by the Orange Company Group (GOS), is a single of the few datacenters current in West Africa complying with the Level IV classification.
According to this classification, it has the essential redundancies to assure continuity of company in all situations. It obtained the ward of Greatest Knowledge Center from Africa at the 2017 “Datacloud Congress” in Monaco.
The perimeter of the agreement involves preventive routine maintenance of the multi-complex lots of the datacenter structures, which include the electrical substations, large voltage, cooling and air conditioning, Central Administration Engineering, fireplace alarm systems, stability and command, video clip surveillance and obtain command.
This deal demonstrates ENGIE’s ambition to accelerate its enhancement in power providers in West and Central Africa and to grow to be a person of the leaders in energy effectiveness, installation and upkeep expert services in Africa.
Crafted on the Free of charge Zone of Grand-Bassam, situated 40 km from Abidjan, the financial money of Côte d’Ivoire, the building has a flooring space of 1 450 m² which include a 420 m² computer place.
This subsequent-technology datacenter has a ability capacity of 1.3 MW and a structure which is oriented in the direction of trustworthiness and electricity optimization of data storage.
The center signifies a strategic infrastructure for Orange in West Africa and mostly hosts Orange’s provider platforms of its Middle East – Africa subsidiaries but it is also a colocation area for BtoB customers’ demands in this location.