Raxio Company Group appoints Master Power Technologies to manufacture and install its data centers in Africa

Raxio data center during its branch launching in Uganda. [Image: courtesy]
Africa—Raxio Group Company, Africa’s pioneer data center landscape builds and operates a network of RTier iii carrier-neutral data centers that deliver world-class colocation, cross-connect, Fibre, and IT infrastructure services.

The company has appointed Master Power Technologies to build and install its multiple data centers in Africa. Master Power is a leading data center solutions company, specializing in the supply and installation of pre-engineered data centers in Africa.

From Uganda, Raxio’s next suite of data centers is being developed in Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Mozambique in order to deliver premier colocation services in the region. The infrastructure will help drive growth to the region by supporting the rising consumption of data and the growing digital needs while reducing the associated costs with digital access.

Its appointment as a result of a highly competitive bidding and evaluation process conducted by Raxio’s technical team and overseen by Raxio’s lead design consultant. Future-tech.

Master Power’s scope of work across Raxio’s multiple sites will cover design localisation, supply, install, and combining of all technical areas.

Raxio’s unique and highly innovative design based on “meter-edge” principles is highly scalable and will deliver the lowest power utilization effectiveness ratio (PUE) on the continent through the choice of best-in-class energy-efficient power and cooling technology.

Its facilities are designed to cater to a wide spectrum of customers delivering power densities up to 21KW per rack whilst providing the cooling required to optimally run customer equipment.

All the facilities are being designed and developed in compliance with Uptime Institute’s Tier iii standard, with no single point of failure, enabling concurrent maintainability.

In addition to providing power and cooling redundancy, the data centers will also enable connectivity redundancy through diverse fiber intake and meet-me rooms, all within a highly secure environment.