Etisalat data centre receives tier three gold certification

Khalifa City Data centre is the first in the MENA to receive the certification
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Etisalat has received tier III gold certification from the Uptime Institute for operational sustainability, for its Khalifa City Data Centre in Abu Dhabi. With this, Etisalat joins the select league of 18 providers worldwide, who have been certified similarly.

The certificate ensures that the Khalifa City Data Centre has high degree of mitigation against the risk of human error outage. Emergency plans and procedures are in place to guarantee rapid response by the operations team.

The certification is being positioned by Etisalat as an evidence of its suitability as a good managed services partner.


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