Khazna Data Centers breaks ground for its second data center
Khazna Data Centers, has kicked off construction of its second data center in Masdar, Abu Dhabi and is set to be completed by Q3 2023. To be named Khazna Abu Dhabi 6 (AUH 6), the new 31.8 megawatts (MW) of IT power capacity facility will further expand the company’s footprint in the region and address the need for a future-ready digital infrastructure to enhance enterprises’ digital resiliency and digital transformation journeys.
AUH 6 is designed with the aim to meet the highest sustainability and efficiency standards in compliance with international hyperscale requirements. The use of a modular, repeatable design to building data centers improves construction efficiency, delivers greater performance, increase deployment speed, and ensure smoother operations.
Hassan Alnaqbi, CEO of Khazna Data Centers, said “One of the most exciting aspects of the evolution of data centers is how data centers underpin nearly everything we do in our digital lives. Driven by the growing demand for data center capacity, accelerated deployment of digital transformation initiatives, the adoption of disruptive technologies, and to be better suited to face future challenges, elicit the growing demand for data centers today.
With Khazna Data Centers’ proven experience, the company now operates a total of 8 data centers, has 3 data centers under construction with a further 3 in the pipeline, amounting for a total of 220-megawatt capacity across its sites in the United Arab Emirates and embarked on plans to expand in the region and beyond to be a global player in this field.