Qatari firm launches IT data centres
Doha, March 6, 2012
Meeza, the leading IT services and solutions provider in Qatar, said it has launched two new hitech data centres, M-Vault 2 and M-Vault-3, that will enthuse the ICT sector in Qatar and the region.
The launch was announced at a press conference that Meeza held on Tuesday on the sidelines of Qitcom 2012, the region’s world-class ICT exhibition and conference.
'Today marks a new milestone for Meeza, as we deliver two additional Tier III data centres,' remarked deputy CEO, Ghada P. El-Rassi.
Located on its own campus, 30km outside of Doha, M-Vault 2 is scheduled to begin operation at the beginning of the third quarter of this year. It is designed and built to Uptime Institute Tier III Standards, with 99.98 per cent guaranteed availability.
It is Leed platinum certified, where it maximises energy to increase performance. The world-class facility offers Business Continuity solutions for all key Disaster Recovery requirements criteria through service delivery and IT experts.
The second data centre, M-Vault 3 is scheduled to begin operation on April 15, she said.
“Our new interconnected, highly secured facilities focus on Back Up Sites, Disaster Recovery Solutions and Business Continuity Solutions while offering managed services to our clients at the same time,” El-Rassi stated.
According to her, Meeza has redefined its services offerings to meet the market demands across all industries.
The services portfolio includes data centre services, infrastructure services, application services, managed IT solutions, and cloud services, she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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