Qatar’s Meeza has launched a new data center in the capital city of Doha.

According to the Qatar Tribune, the managed IT services and solutions provider this week announced the launch of its 5th data center building, known as M-VAULT 5 in the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) in Doha.

Details around specifications were not shared. The facility will reportedly offer cloud hosting services and ‘boost Qatar’s cloud services and enhance cybersecurity resilience’.

The new facility was completed less than one year after the launch of Meeza’s 4th Data Center M-VAULT 4, which is also located in Doha’s Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) and leased to Microsoft.

Meeza CEO Ahmad Abdulla Al Muslemani said: “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. Meeza demonstrated unparalleled know-how and ability in this space by completing this project in record time and without compromising our strict adherence to the international standards that enable us to meet the growing demands for managed and cloud services, not only in the local market but also abroad.”

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