iColo has started building its third data centre in Nyali

iColo, a market leader in carrier-neutral data center infrastructure in Kenya has today announced the construction of its third data center in Nyali, Mombasa called MBA2. Mombasa is the entry point for new subsea cable systems landing in East  and Central Africa. The new data center is expected to be completed in Q1 of 2022 and set to provide an estimated capacity of 1.6MW and 1,200 square meters of IT space.  

The expansion plans in East Africa are on track with this new facility which will host over 600 customer racks. The location of MBA2 is in close proximity to subsea cables landing points in Mombasa enabling our customers to deploy and connect their infrastructure at the new site. This new facility will grow its African footprint and help connect approximately 1 billion people to the internet expanding its services to tap into Africa’s expanding internet economy.

iColo has started building its third data centre in Nyali
Mr. Ranjith Cherickel, iColo Chief Executive Officer

“As a leading data center infrastructure provider, iColo plays a major role supporting digital transformation strategies by enabling businesses to be connected and supported in real-time,” said iColo Chief Executive Officer Mr. Ranjith Cherickel.

“This new facility will be the gateway to 200 Million people living in the region bringing the content closer to the end user thereby reducing latency and improving internet experience for all. The size of the facility is also scaled to reflect the huge growth in connectivity that is unfolding in East Africa. We hope this new Data Center will be home to all new cables landing in the region” added Mr. Cherickel.

iColo has started building its third data centre in Nyali

MBA2 is a greenfield build that is designed to deliver 99.999% uptime for power and cooling. The facility will be PCIDSS and ISO 27001 certified assuring our clients of the highest levels of security.. This expansion demonstrates our commitment to ensure that Mombasa remains the premier connectivity hub in Africa.


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