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Digital Parks Africa

Your partner in delivery Co-Location hosting facilities across Africa

Digital Parks Africa (DPA) are proud to introduce Tier III data centre facilities for co-location infrastructure hosting across the Africa Continent and deliver a Platform as a Service that scale with our customer needs.

Digital Parks Africa offer a cost effective solution that enables clients to have a reliable and scalable hosting environment without the traditional upfront capital expenditure by using modular data design methodologies that suite our customer needs.

The Digital Parks Africa data centre facility is carrier neutral, this offer the most flexibility to interconnect within the environment and creates the perfect home for our customers digital assets.

Why Digital Parks Africa?

Historic design patterns using brick and mortar for building data centres doesn’t scale, at Digital Parks Africa the design methodologies include modular data centre design and this not only make the bean counters happy because of the initial capex requirements, but also provide vertical or horizontal scaling capabilities with a fast turnaround time as required.

Digital Parks Africa modular data centre 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.

Desktop Virtualization

Reduce the need for IT admin staff at remote and branch offices with Desktop Virtualization

Desktop virtualization(sometimes called client virtualization), as a concept, separates a personal computer desktop environment from a physical machine using the client–server model of computing.

Virtual desktop infrastructure, sometimes referred to as virtual desktop interface(VDI) is the server computing model enabling desktop virtualization, encompassing the hardware and software systems required to support the virtualized environment. Many enterprise-level implementations of this technology store the resulting "virtualized" desktop on a remote central server, instead of on the local storage of a remote client; thus, when users work from their local machine, all of the programs, applications, processes, and data used are kept on the server and run centrally. This allows users to run operating system and execute applications from a smartphone or thin client which exceed the user hardware's ability to run.

Some virtualization platforms allow the user to simultaneously run multiple virtual machines on local hardware, such as a laptop, using hypervisor technology. Virtual machine images are created and maintained on a central server, and changes to the desktop VMs are propagated to all user machines through the network, thus combining both the advantages of portability afforded by local hypervisor execution and of central image management. This approach requires more capable user hardware capable of running the local VM images, such as a personal computer or notebook computer, and thus is not as portable as the pure client-server model. This latter model can also be implemented without the server component, allowing smaller organizations and individuals to take advantage of the flexibility of multiple desktop VMs on a single hardware platform without additional network and server resources.

Deliver Desktop Services from Your Cloud for End-User Freedom & IT Control

Simplify desktop and application management while increasing security and control with VMware View. Deliver a personalized high fidelity experience for end-users across sessions and devices. Enable higher availability and agility of desktop services unmatched by traditional PCs while reducing the total cost of desktop ownership up to 50%. End-users can enjoy new levels of productivity and the freedom to access desktops from more devices and locations while giving IT greater policy control.