Sudatel Group invests $45m in its data centre

Banking sector, VAS and content providers, government, and SMEs to benefit from it
Sudatel Group invests $45m in its data centre


Sudatel Group has invested $45m in its recently inaugurated data centre. According to the company, it has been built to provide IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service).

“The first stage of Sudatel strategy is to provide IaaS to the corporate customers; the services include co-location, dedicated and virtual services, SAN storage, backup and restoration, with a set of additional services as load balancing, monitoring, anti-virus, intrusion detection and firewall provisioning,” stated the company.

The telco said that the main sectors benefiting from the service in Sudan include the banking sector, VAS and content providers, government, and SMEs.

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