Data centre operator breaks ground on hyperscale data centre in Ethiopia

ETHIOPIAEast Africa’s first carrier and cloud neutral data center group wingu. africa has broken ground on its hyperscale data centre park located in the ICT Park, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. has close to ten years of experience developing and operating data centres in Africa and an international track-record with many global telecoms companies as customers.

The company said the new Addis Ababa hyperscale facility and a second planned facility in Adama is set to complement the group’s efforts to help its customers and the young population of Ethiopia.

The Addis Ababa facility is located at the Addis ICT Park on 15,000m2 of land, and it allows to deliver solutions to businesses requiring fortified server hosting for their critical services and operators.’s co-founder and CEO Mr Anthony Voscarides said, “We are delighted to be part of Ethiopia’s ICT development with our new Hyperscale Data Centres.

“ is also committed to developing the sector and contributing to the country with incentives and social programs”

Anthony Voscarides – CEO,

“Our commitment to Ethiopia is to provide a safe, secure and stable platform for the many talented Ethiopians, including young entrepreneurs with vision and ambition.

“ is also committed to developing the sector and contributing to the country with incentives and social programs.

Ethiopia represents a natural extension of our group’s other facilities, and we are delighted to be the first to break ground with a plan to launch commercial service later this year.” acknowledged the support of the Ethiopian Investment Commission, with the company mentioning that its investment is a “strong show of support” for the country’s economic development and enabling of the critical ICT sector. is owned by the founders and executive management and backed by financial investors with sector and investing experience in Africa.

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