China Telecom Africa and Middle East (CTMEA), a subsidiary of China Telecom Global (CTG), announced that it is establishing an inter-connection network and telecommunications hub to support growing traffic demands at Teraco Data Environments, Africa’s first vendor neutral data centre.
CTMEA has established its network nodes in Teraco’s data centres in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg since 2012, which provide the inter-connecting hub linking the global internet resources into the African continent. Teraco’s advanced data centre services will be bundled with CTG’s information communication technology (ICT) solutions which will cater to the increasing demands from the world going into Africa, especially expansion from Asia Pacific IT companies into Africa.
Teraco has Tier III+ data centres in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg with facilities for multi-national companies to co-locate their servers. The new cooperation allows multi-national companies to subscribe Teraco’s co-location services bundled with CTG’s ICT and connectivity solutions.