In line with its ongoing West African expansion plans, MainOne today announced it has expanded its MDXi Data Centre facility in Accra Ghana.

The company said the Data Centre, which will be based in Appolonia, 20 kilometers from the center of Accra, is expected to be ready for service in the fourth quarter of 2020.

“We are pleased to announce the expansion of our data centre brand @MDX_i into Accra Ghana, in line with our ongoing West African expansion plans,” it announced via its Twitter handle @Mainoneservice.

According to MainOne, the data centre will cater to the ever-increasing demand for colocation and interconnection services for multinationals and local businesses seeking shared services facilities for their ICT resources in world class facilities in Ghana.

What benefit the Data Centre will bring to the Ghanaian economy, MainOne assured that the expansion will see MDXi contribute to the growth of the local economy by providing jobs, enhancing capacity development and ensuring that MainOne is fully equipped to serve more businesses in Ghana as the region continues to grow its digital economy.


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