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Rack Centre, Africa’s Premium Data Centre and the leading carrier neutral Tier III constructed facility certified colocation data centre provider, has been honoured with the prestigious Datacloud Award for regional excellence in the Data Centre Geographical Location category, Nigeria’s Guardian newspaper reports.
The Datacloud Europe Award event, held at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, is globally regarded as the world’s defining accolade for the Data centre and cloud industry. The awards recognise the leading individuals and companies shaping the global data economy and honour innovation, service excellence, and diversity.
Mr Phillip Low, Chairman of Broadgroup, parent company of Data Economy Magazine and organiser of the award ceremony, said “Globally relevant, the Datacloud Awards have yet again both delighted and surprised reflecting the incredible dynamism, talent and spirit that exists in the industry.”
Ayotunde Coker MD Rack Centre said: “We are truly proud of this award to Rack Centre representing Nigeria and West Africa. Last year we were finalist in one category, and this year, finalist in two categories and selected as winner by an august panel of judges.
“We continue to strive to sustain excellence, world class quality and market leadership in all we do and the recognition at such prestigious global awards is fantastic recognition for Nigeria.”
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