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Teraco completes Bredell data centre

Teraco Data Environments has completed its Bredell facility in Johannesburg. Described by the company as Africa’s first “hyperscale data centre”, the site, on Gauteng’s East Rand, has over 24MW of power and 6 000sq m of

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Photos: Inside Africa’s biggest data centre

Carrier-neutral data centre operator Teraco will complete its giant new data centre, Riverfields in Bredell on Johannesburg’s East Rand, by the end of the year. The facility will be the largest data centre in Africa, and

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Routed sees big opportunity in SA cloud

A Cambridge University-educated mathematician is hoping to shake up South Africa’s cloud computing sector with a new, vendor-neutral cloud platform hosted in Teraco’s fast-expanding data centres.

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Content delivery network Fastly now in SA

Fastly, an “edge cloud” platform, has expanded to South Africa through global network service provider Workonline Communications and data centre operator Teraco, the companies said on Friday. Fastly, which offers businesses

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Hetzner joins peering at NAPAfrica

One of South Africa’s largest Web hosting companies, Hetzner, is now peering with Internet service providers, telecommunications operators and content distribution networks at Teraco’s NAPAfrica network peering facility in Isando. Hetzner, which hosts

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Teraco raises R1,2bn in new funding

Rapidly expanding data centre operator Teraco has raised a R1,2bn medium-term funding facility from Absa, allowing it to complete its new facility in Isando, east of Johannesburg, while also investing in its new, nearby data centre at

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Teraco to build massive new data centre

Teraco Data Environments has announced it has started construction on a huge new data centre at River Fields Bredell, 20km north of its current Isando campus on Johannesburg’s East Rand. The 24MW, new data centre will be even bigger

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Data centres take off in Africa

Data centres are suddenly de rigueur in Africa, with new facilities being deployed across the continent as telecommunications operators and independent infrastructure providers build facilities to cater for rapidly expanding demand from African consumers

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