Hisham Mahran, Chief Enterprise Line Business Officer in Orange Egypt, said that the company will finish implementing the first phase of Orange Egypt’s NAC (New Administrative Capital) data center and it will be delivered on time. This announcement came two years after Orange signed a US$135 million contract with the administrative capital for urban development (ACUD) to establish the largest data center in Africa within the NAC, located 45 kilometers from Cairo.

The capital data center aims to enhance data and host all smart city platforms of the NAC in a secure manner. Additionally, it is responsible for preserving vital information using the best and latest technologies for data security and protection in cooperation with specialized entities worldwide.

ACUD will be able to provide enhanced services utilizing the data center in the form of smart traffic and utility management for the next five years under the management of Orange Egypt. The service will also allow businesses to provide on-demand self-services, and residents can enjoy triple play services (Internet, phone, TV).

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