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IX Africa Data Centre in Nairobi, Kenya, the largest of its kind in Africa

IX Africa Data Centre is a major Internet Infrastructure that is being constructed in Nairobi the capital city of Kenya, by IX Africa, the largest and technologically advanced digital habitat for cloud, collocation, and connectivity in the East Africa region.

IX Africa Data Centre will be developed in phases with Phase 1 occupying approximately 10,000.00sqm on 4.3 acres. In addition to offices, the development will have white spaces that will host the IT infrastructure such as servers, storage, network gear, racks, air-conditioning units, and a power distribution system.

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Planned grey spaces will host the back-end infrastructure that consists of switch-gear, UPS, transformers, chillers, and generators.

Noteworthy, the facility has been designed with due consideration for users with physical impairment and has also adopted green concepts for sustainability. Solar water heating, photovoltaic and smart lighting, rainwater harvesting and water conservation using low-flow sanitary fittings are some of the elements to this end.

Ultimately, the campus is planned to have 42.5MW of IT load in the coming years, developed on adjacent plots to the 183,000 square feet site.

IX Africa Data Centre Campus Project team

Client: IX Africa

Architects: Triad Architects Ltd

Project Manager: Turner and Townsend

Quantity Surveyors: Turner and Townsend

Civil and Structural Engineers: Metrix Integrated Consultancy

Mechanical and Electrical Engineers: Prisma Technics Ltd

Data Center Engineers: Future-Tech

NEMA consultants: Green by Choice

Main Contractor: Solitaire Construction Ltd

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