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It wasn’t too long ago that any conversations regarding datacenters in Africa predominantly focused on South Africa and a handful of largely homegrown players. But in the last 24 months or so, there has been a dramatic uptake in activity that is beginning to spread beyond the southern hemisphere, with West and East Africa a particular focus for new investors. In the domestic markets, the continent’s well documented and ongoing boom in mobile usage continues to fuel greater demand for digital services, spurring the need for content and data to be hosted on African soil. But it is the enterprise sector that has really provided the flip needed to boost the building of datacenters on the continent. 


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