Rabat - The Moroccan multi-specialist firm Medasys organized on Tuesday the inaugural ceremony of Maroc Datacenter, the first Moroccan independent hub for data business.
Rabat – The Moroccan multi-specialist firm Medasys organized on Tuesday the inaugural ceremony of Maroc Datacenter, the first Moroccan independent hub for data business.
The inaugural ceremony was chaired by Othmane El Ferdaous, Secretary to the Minister of Industry, Trade, and Digital Investment in the presence of several renowned public and private partners, including Microsoft, Schneider, Eaton, and HP.
Datacenter MAROC was built on a land of 2,000 square meters in the coastal city of Temera, 8 kilometers away from Rabat.
The Maroc Datacenter project is the group’s first achievement as part of its development strategy to support the creation of datacenters in Morocco and Africa.
On the sidelines of the ceremony, the Medasys group has signed an important strategic partnership with British group, Zircom, in order to launch new development projects. The amount of the investment is estimated at MAD 800 million.
Zircom specializes in the construction and operation of datacenters as well as in electrical services and cabling solutions.
Founded in 1995, Medasys specializes in the construction and operation of carrier-neutral data centers. Datacenter Maroc’s main missions are to deploy, manage, and supervise datacenters for its own account and those of other potential clients.