Publishing date: 18/06/2021
Converge to build new data centre in Mandaue, Philippines
Converge ICT Solutions Inc is to build a data centre in the city of Mandaue in the Philippines.
The telco said it will invest PHP 1 billion ($20.8 million) in a new facility in the east of Cebu, which will initially have 300 racks in a six-story building that will also house a customer contact centre. Construction is due to begin later this year.
STT GDC announces $150m greenfield data centre project in Noida, India
STT GDC has begun work on a new data centre in Noida, India.
The data centre firm this week said construction is underway for Phase 1 of a new greenfield data centre facility in the Uttar Pradesh region.
Phase 1 will offer up to 18MW of critical IT load and is expected to be completed by Q2 2022.
Penta Infra acquires Sentia data centre outside Copenhagen, Denmark
Data centre provider Penta Infra has bought a data center from IT services firm Sentia outside Copenhagen, Denmark.
Sentia acquired the data centre in Smedeland, Glostrup in 2016 and from there operates its own Sentia Cloud. The company said it was selling the facility to focus on delivering services to customers and free up resources.
Penta Infra operates data centres in the Netherlands and Germany and this acquisition sees the company move into the Danish market. The company said it plans to make further moves into the Nordics in future.
Atos to build data center in Kenya
Atos Origin is to build a new data center in Kenya.
The services firm is to construct an Sh28 billion ($260 million) data center at the Mwale Medical and Technology City (MMTC) in Butere, Kakamega County.
The data center will be part of the artificial intelligence innovation district in the city, and is expected to be complete by end of 2022.