Data centres have become critical to the business of today, as the volumes of data generated that need to be processed and stored have grown exponentially. However, there are a number of challenges around maintaining data centres in-house. In addition, the need for redundant data centres in multiple locations increases the financial burden. This has led many organisations to investigate outsourced and hosted data centre services.
Jasco’s offers carrier-neutral data centre services, providing network infrastructure and data centre space for the storage and exchange of traffic from a variety of different networks. We offer industrial hubs that act as Points of Presence (PoPs) throughout Europe and Southern Africa, enabling network and content aggregation in a neutral space.
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IN-HOUSE DATA CENTRE ISSUES
Cost of infrastructure, reducing carbon footprint, rising cost of utilities and lack of skills in-house can prove problematic. In addition, short technology refresh cycles mean companies can no longer afford to keep upgrading their IT infrastructure.
This is essential for telecommunication companies; as it allows for multiple service providers to share a common interconnect space. This ensures customers can access the best services to meet their needs regardless of service provider.
Interconnects need to be made into regional hubs with access to numerous global locations. This ensures access to unified service models for regional and international businesses.
Our data centre solutions are designed with the needs of the customer in mind and implemented according to requirements. We offer bespoke multi-vendor solutions built to specification.
Carrier neutral co-location data centre
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Shared and hosted infrastructure
Telecom Namibia has been a customer since 2013. Solutions delivered include:
- Four international Points of Presence (PoPs) connected into multiple undersea cables, located in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Frankfurt and London, designed, procured and built by NewTelco SA for exclusive use by Telecom Namibia.
- Internet Exchange Platform with international access points in South Africa and Namibia to multiple Internet exchange points
- Breakout from the Telecom Namibia Network for multiple regional operators such as Bofinet and Zamtel