Information Technology services provider Dimension Data has announced that it has invested more than R1-billion in South African technology infrastructure over the past three years. The spend on infrastructure included R984-million on a hosting and network infrastructure, R200-million towards the Seacom cable, a R20-million data centre, a voice network, and the roll out of African points of presence to ensure that the company has a robust and comprehensive Pan-African network.
"Our investment in infrastructure, both here in South Africa and in other African countries, positions us to help organisations move smoothly and sensibly into a world of IT as a utility and, therefore, remain competitive and profitable throughout," said Dimension Data Middle East & Africa MD Jason Goodall.
Source: Engineering News
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