Meeza launches fourth data centre in Qatar

Meeza, an IT services provider based in Qatar, has launched its fourth data centre in the country which will host Microsoft Cloud

Meeza, a Qatar-based provider of end-to-end managed IT and cloud services in Qatar, has announced the launch of its fourth data centre building in the country. The centre, called M-Vault 4, is said to be the biggest data centre building in Qatar and will host the Microsoft Cloud data centre, Meeza claims. 

The company says that the new facility has been built in line with the highest international standards and provides the largest Information Technology (IT) capacity of any data centre building in the country.

Meeza CEO Engineer Ahmad Abdulla Al Muslemani said: "It is the fourth to be introduced on Meeza’s list of data centres and data centre buildings. An outstanding milestone to be added to our accomplishments, especially in that its implementation and delivery has been achieved as per initial plans despite the great challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic."

"This building will contribute to strengthening our technological infrastructure that is necessary to enhance the level of cloud services in Qatar and compete with a global market.”

He added that "this step paves the way towards new promising prospects for the exchange of information, ideas, and technological development, whilst playing a pivotal role in Qatar’s digital transformation.

"Managing the technological production and boosting the domestic public product through this sector allows us to support the country’s attempts to achieve a knowledge economy in accordance with the fundamental pillars of the Qatar National Vision 2030," he said. 

Meeza’s M-Vault 4 data centre facility 

 

Opened by Mohammed bin Ali Al-Mannai, Minister of Communications and Information Technology. The newly launched M-Vault 4 data centre building, will further contribute to the acceleration of Qatar’s digital transformation agenda and support a smarter, more technologically advanced economy. 

Al Mannai said: "The centre will promote technological development and digital transformation in Qatar and will improve investment opportunities at different local sectors."

"Therefore, contribute to achieving the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030; providing a world-class infrastructural backbone and a knowledge-based economy that contributes to diversifying the national economy," he said. 

 

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