(Ecofin Agency) - Orange Services Group (GOS) entrusted the exploitation and maintenance of its Côte d’Ivoire based data centre to energy company Engie.
The 5-year agreement, which should come into effect in June 2019, includes preventive maintenance of multi-technique lots, the management of the centre and security.
Orange’s data centre was built in Grand-Bassam free zone, 40 kilometres away from Abidjan, the economic capital. It is a strategic asset for Orange in West Africa. It hosts the group’s subsidiaries’ service platforms in the MENA and is also a colocation space for B2B clients in the region.