Powerry, CETC to build new data centre in Nur-Sultan

Monday 23 September 2019 | 17:02 CET | News
Kazakhstan company Powerry has concluded an agreement with the China state-owned enterprise CETC International, a subsidiary of CETC, reports Profit.kz. The companies will invest USD 100 million in construction of a new data centre in the city of Nur-Sultan.

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Categories: Fixed / IT
Countries: Kazakhstan
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