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Orange and Engie team up to shift African data centre to solar power

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 17 January 22

The GOS (Groupement Orange Services) data centre, one of Orange’s key infrastructure assets on the African continent, is set to receive a green makeover courtesy of Engie

Built back in 2016 and situated in Grand Bassam, Côte d'Ivoire, the GOS (Groupement Orange Services) data centre is a major component in Orange’s broader data centre network throughout Africa. The site covers 16,600 square metres and hosts IT and telecoms equipment to support all 18 of Orange’s Middle East and Africa subsidiaries…

Built back in 2016 and situated in Grand Bassam, Côte d'Ivoire, the GOS (Groupement Orange Services) data centre is a major component in Orange’s broader data centre network throughout Africa. The site covers 16,600 square metres and hosts IT and telecoms equipment to support all 18 of Orange’s Middle East and Africa subsidiaries…

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