Africa Data Centres Partner Onix To Boost Digital Infrastructure

From (L-R) Ladi Okuneye Krishnan Ranganath and Yen Choi exchanging pleasantries


Africa Data Centres in partnership with Onix Data Centre have signed an agreement to provide one of the largest digital infrastructures in the country.

According to the agreement, the provision of the data services will ensure better security of data within the borders of the country as the two partners expand their footprint in West Africa starting from Ghana.

Speaking at the signing ceremony last Friday in Accra, Regional Executive for West Africa at Africa Data Centres, Krishnan Ranganath, said ADC will leverage on its collaboration with Onix to provide innovative technologies for sustainable practices.

He added that the agreement will provide some technical capabilities that would bring more value to the Ghanaian market in addition to human capacity to support the digital economy.

Chief Executive of Onix Data Centre, Yen Choi, mentioned the company’s commitment to providing top-notch quality services to matching global tech standards.

He also described the agreement as one of the biggest steps towards the digital transformation journey of Africa especially in Ghana.

According to him, digital transformation was not waiting for anyone as a lot of organisations were moving their services to the cloud to meet the demands of its clients.

According to Choi, the Centre will go a long way to support institutions such as the banks, insurance companies, travel agencies among others for quick performance when using data while enhancing data sovereignty for the country as a whole.

Chief Executive of Unicloud Africa, Ladi Okuneye, first beneficiary of the partnership who expressed excitement about the deal said it will supports both large organisations, Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to drive economic growth as well as enable SMEs to have access to advanced digital infrastructure.

By Ebenezer K. Amponsah