Raxio Data Center set to be opened in Uganda soon with top quality services
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Raxio Data Center set to be opened in Uganda as the first certified Tier III data centre in the country. With the construction of the facility now complete, the data centre is located at Namanve Industrial Park and will be opened soon. The presence of a facility like Raxio Data Center in Uganda will transform digitisation by providing top-quality services to its customers through its digital infrastructure.

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Raxio data center set to be opened in Uganda and host a number of great services

Once the facility is finally constructed, Raxio Data Center will have the capability to serve its customers better, hosting a number of services like;

  • Colocation where customers benefit from affordable, secure colocation spaces and rack hosting environments to hold all mission-critical IT infrastructure.
  • Cross-connect services cable services that allow you to make quick, easy and direct connections to carriers, enterprises, content distributors, and cloud service providers.
  • Active and dark fibre services carrying high SLA, courtesy of the diverse and redundant paths of connectivity to Raxio’s data centres. The carriers offer point to point and point to multi-point, capacity circuits from the data centres to other remote locations.
  • Customer spaces: Raxio offers private workspaces to help customers work from their data centres. These include hot desks, meeting rooms, and large boardrooms.

The data center works to serve customers like telecom companies, media, enterprises that offer financial services, content delivery networks and cloud service providers.

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Raxio data center set to be opened in Uganda is especially unique as it will officially be the first certified Tier III data centre in Uganda. A tier 3 data centre, the second-highest level of classification for data centres is one that can perform repairs without any notable service disruption.

Another way to define a level III provider is that they offer the amount required for operation plus a backup availability for clients. As with any technology product, unplanned maintenance may still cause a problem but it is tolerant of faults.

Raxio data center set to be opened in Uganda was recently featured by Forbes Africa where it was recognized for its effort to drive digitization in Uganda by addressing the growing demand for data usage and digital transformation of businesses.

Raxio Data Center aims to provide the critical data centre infrastructure necessary to drive digital transformation across the region while growing the digital economy by connecting Africa to the global data economy, according to Forbes Africa.

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Africa currently has a total of 79 data centers from 14 countries. Data centres are purpose-built to provide the technical foundations for innovation and are the centrepiece of the infrastructure supporting the growth and digitization of the African economy.

Raxio Group is Africa’s leading carrier-neutral data centre operator, delivering best-in-class colocation, cross-connect, fibre and IT infrastructure services. With local market knowledge and global nexus of industry experts and partners, the company builds and operates a network of connected data centres that will serve as the foundation of Africa’s digital economy.

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