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9 Mar 2023
Agility Logistics Parks (ALP) Plans Hyperscale Centers Throughout EMEA
Agility Logistics Parks (ALP) has announced the launch of data center campus sites in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt and Ghana. The sites are located in fast-growing markets and mega-cities that are looking to add hyperscale data center capacity and resolve data latency, security and compliance challenges, according to the company.
ALP already has 1.5 million square meters of warehousing across 12 emerging markets countries. It has readied data center campuses in its existing parks with power allocation, fiber connectivity, building permits, sustainability features and high security.
The company’s site in Kuwait offers an existing sub-station with 80 MW capacity, with capacity for expansion. In addition to conventional power, the Kuwait site offers 15+ MW of solar capacity.
ALP plans to work with Amazon, Microsoft, and google in developing data center and cloud capacity across the region. “Based on feedback from several data center operators, we believe we can support them and accelerate their deployment through our data center campuses,” Philip said.
Stephen Beard, Global Head of Data Centers at Knight Frank, said: “We have strong feedback from our global clients that Agility’s value proposition in challenging emerging markets will help them with faster speed to market with a credible, institutional developer as a partner.”
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