Qatar’s MEEZA unveils its 5th data center building ‘M-VAULT 5’ at QSTP

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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MEEZA, Qatar’s leading managed IT services and solutions provider, has launched its 5th data center building ‘M-VAULT 5’ in Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) to boost the country’s cloud services and enhance cybersecurity resilience.

The launch of M-VAULT 5 emphasizes MEEZA’s position as the largest data center service provider in Qatar. This facility will offer cloud hosting services to customers in Qatar, the region, and the world. It will equally play a pivotal role in the economic growth and digital transformation of customers in the region and help position Qatar as a digital hub.

The new facility, which was completed in record time and less than one year after the launch of MEEZA’s 4th Data Center M-VAULT 4, followed the highest international standards designed to meet the explosive demand for data centers and cloud services by local ventures and international hyperscalers.

Eng. Ahmad Abdulla Al Muslemani
Eng. Ahmad Abdulla Al Muslemani

“We are greatly delighted to launch yet another state-of-the-art data center, M-VAULT 5, as part of our continuous efforts to strengthen Qatar’s technological infrastructure and digital preparedness. With this additional ready facility, MEEZA has once again proven its ability to provide its customers with quality complex solutions and leading hosting services. We strongly believe that this new data center will transform Qatar into a knowledge-based economy in line with the objectives of the Qatar National Vision 2030. We look forward to welcoming more institutions to subscribe to our unrivaled services to bolster their IT infrastructure and enhance their cybersecurity and digital maturity readiness.”

The M-VAULT 5 data center building will help speed up the actualization of Qatar’s digital transformation agenda and promote a smarter, more technologically advanced economy. The new building provides some of the best IT capacity of any data center building in the country, contributing to the improvement of the level of IT services in the region and the world.

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