Bahrain's Batelco launches new data centre

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Batelco has launched a new data centre.

The company celebrated the launch of its Uptime Institute Certified Tier III Data Centre at a gala dinner held on March 20 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel in Manama.

The dinner was attended by Batelco chair Shaikh Abdulla bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, board members, Batelco executives, and a number of VIP guests from governmental bodies, banking, the finance sector, and various enterprises. The event provided the opportunity for Batelco and the business community to share knowledge and experience, and discuss future innovations aimed at enriching the digital future and contribute to the evolving technology sector. 

At the dinner, a preview video was presented to the audience showing the advantages of the new data centre and the value it can add to the organisations that rely on its data and management. 

The launch of the data centre is in line with Batelco’s ambitions to provide the latest technologies and smart digital solutions for its customers while continuously contributing towards efforts to develop the kingdom’s telecommunications sector and supporting the digital economy - in line with the Economic Vision 2030.

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