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Galaxy Backbone Data Centre gets recognition

Galaxy Backbone Data Centre gets recognition
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Galaxy Backbone Ltd, a leading ICT Company in Nigeria has been issued a Certificate of Recognition for the infrastructural support rendered by the government-owned company’s national shared services Data Centre.

Managing Director/CEO, Galaxy Backbone Plc, Yusuf Kazaure (left); Country Director, Korea International Co-Operation Agency (KOICA), Mr. Sang-Hoon Jung; Minister of Communications Mr. Adebayo Shittu; Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Communications, Arch. Sunny Echono and Director of e-Government, Mr. Tope Fashedemi seen Tuesday at the Stakeholders’ Engagement Workshop on e-Government Master Plan 2020 organised by the Federal Ministry of Communications in Abuja
Managing Director/CEO, Galaxy Backbone Plc, Yusuf Kazaure (left); Country Director, Korea International Co-Operation Agency (KOICA), Mr. Sang-Hoon Jung; Minister of Communications Mr. Adebayo Shittu; Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Communications, Arch. Sunny Echono and Director of e-Government, Mr. Tope Fashedemi seen Tuesday at the Stakeholders’ Engagement Workshop on e-Government Master Plan 2020 organised by the Federal Ministry of Communications in Abuja

According to the letter signed by R. Lee Kirby, Chief Technology Officer of the New York based Uptime Institute that issued the certificate; the Tier III Certificate recognizes Galaxy Backbone Ltd’s National Shared Services Centre (NSSC DC 1) design, as supporting any planned work on the site infrastructure without disrupting operations, the public sector technology company said in a statement announcing the recognition,

The letter also stated that the Tire III Certification is based on the 100% design documents review as submitted by Galaxy and the award is valid till February 18th 2018 subject to the limitations and extension request process set forth by the institute.

Galaxy Backbone on its part, stated that its Data Centre (DC) infrastructure is an integral part of national shared services centre currently under construction saying that the facility, when completed, will boast of a 395sqm DC floor space with 112 usable equipment racks and expandable to four times the current capacity with 3 additional DC floors.

Owoicho Igorji, Group Head, Corporate Services, Galaxy Backbone says, that “with such quality infrastructure in place, Galaxy has invested in a platform that significantly supports the deepening of e-government initiatives of the current administration.”

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Elizabeth Edozie Technology Journalist @Technology Times 08077671659 elizabeth.edozie@technologytimes.ng

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