Digital Parks Africa is a wholesale data centre infrastructure service provider with its presence in Africa based on modular data centre design methodologies to reduce initial capex costs without compromising on reliability.
DPA Samrand Data Centre facility in Midrand South Africa is Uptime Tier III Design Certified to meet all the requirements and guarantee the highest level of resilience customers need.
The facilities are supported and manned by certified data centre professionals and engineers that span across multi-disciplinary teams to cater for all your data centre infrastructure needs.
Instead of expensive multiple direct links between carriers and Internet Service Providers (ISPs), redundant peering points within Digital Parks Africa allows multiple networks to interconnect using carrier neutral Layer 2 Internet exchange points to increase redundancy, reduce latency and generally improve performance.
Dual fibre routes to the facility's Meet-Me rooms are strategically placed and supported by Tier 1 Carriers as a dark product or as a managed service, and structured cabling is used inside the facility to cross-connect between the customer's network and carriers.
Digital Parks Africa offer a Wireless Colocation shared service on a 60 meter high lattice mast for all wireless and microwave requirements including redundant power where line of sight permits and we insure fibre optic cabling to the data centre.
Digital Parks Africa wholesale data centres refers to relatively large data centres where the provider only wishes to lease large blocks of space and power, typically defined private suites or large cages, to its customers. It does not refer to leasing space only to 'colocation retailers' or companies that specialise in leasing smaller amounts of space. Very often, large enterprises choose to lease wholesale data centres instead of building their own data centre.
While there is no industry or market standard for what power and associated space capacity constitutes a wholesale data centre, most minimum power commitments range from 40 kilowatts to more than 1.5 Megawatt depending on the data centre design and end user demand.
A world class data centre that is strategically located with redundancy built into a resilient network, power and cooling infrastructure.
Around the clock and year-round remote hand support to attend to emergencies or issues that occur outside regular business hours
Carrier Neutral Service Provider offer carriers, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and content providers a range of carrier grade connectivity services interconnecting major centres across Africa and the World
Digital Parks Africa provides the highest level of data centre security through the use of cutting-edge technology and highly-trained security officers
24/7 Manned Network Operations Centre from which Digital Parks Africa supports its carrier networks and telecoms infrastructure, detects and resolves IT infrastructure incidents, and ultimately ensures data centre availability
Uptime Institute has been providing customers with the assurance that their digital infrastructure can perform at a level that is consistent with their business needs, across a wide array of operating conditions.