PAIX Data Centres has begun construction of “PAIX Nairobi-1” data centre in Nairobi. This facility, which is expected to open in November, is part of the company’s accelerated Pan-African expansion.
PAIX Nairobi-1 will be located at Britam Tower, the capital’s tallest office building and a prominent landmark located in Upper Hill. Upper Hill is Nairobi’s new financial district and commercial hub of East Africa with regional offices of various national and international financing institutions and multinationals.
The adjacent new office facilities of Britam Tower make the location very attractive for international customers that are considering to open offices in Nairobi and prefer close proximity and 24×7 access to their critical data infrastructure.
“We are delighted to host PAIX Data Centres at Britam Tower, an award-winning and state-of-the-art building,” says Ambrose Dabani, CEO of Britam Life Assurance.
“The arrival of PAIX Data Centres in Upper Hill enables the digital transformation of our business, an important building block for our future plans. It ensures that both Britam and our tenants have access to world-class digital infrastructure, with access to all the major networks and cloud providers. This will further strengthen Upper Hill as the hub for business in Nairobi and Britam Tower as the building of choice.”
“This highly connected location for PAIX Nairobi-1 is an ideal entry point into the Kenyan data centre market, we contribute to the strength of the infrastructure that enables the digital economy in Kenya,” says Wouter van Hulten, CEO of PAIX Data Centres.
“This will allow us to serve a diverse customer community, generating new business opportunities for all connected businesses.”
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