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Medallion Data Centre Rebrands to Digital Realty

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Medallion Data Centre Limited, Nigeria’s premier carrier neutral data centre operator has finally rebranded to Digital Realty.

Medallion was acquired in 2021 by Digital Realty, a data center real estate investment trust in a joint venture with Pembani Remgro Infrastructure Fund for USD29 million. Prior to being acquired in 2021, Medallion Data center operated two data centres in Lagos and Abuja.

The official rebranding of Medallion to Digital realty held on Friday, October 27th, 2023 at the Eko &Suites Hotel Victoria Island, in the beautiful city of Lagos. It had in attendance, dignitaries and leaders in Nigeria’s Telecom an IT industry converging to celebrate the new alliance and milestone in the industry.

During the rebranding ceremony Engr. Ikechukwu Nnamani, the Visioner and Founder of Medallion date center who continues in the capacity of expressed his excitement about the new alliance.

“In line with our customers and values, Medallion has now been rebranded as Digital Realty, We have made a strategic decision to align with Digital Reality and we are proud to be part of one of America’s largest Public Companies.”

For over a decade, we have been at the forefront of the Nigerian digital economy through the provisioning of carrier neutral data centre services in both Lagos and Abuja.

“Over that period, as a company, we have solidified our position as the “go-to” provider for fast, efficient, and cost-effective data centre and connectivity services where time to market and affordability has become essential “he said.

“This is a testament of our commitment to our customers and vision of being a world class organization in technology industry. Indeed, it is a new dawn for Nigeria’s telecommunication sector.” He said.

Mike Hollands, Digital Realty’s Vice President for Market Development who was beyond excited said “It is exciting now that we are able to build and expand on the existing customers and structures to continue to grow and expand the business and to also help make internet infrastructure in Nigeria stronger and better,” Collins said.

“We are going to take advantage of the huge opportunity to both meet growing customer demand for connectivity in Africa and improve the internet infrastructure that serves over one billion people who don’t yet have proper access to the benefits of the Internet,” he added.

Digital Realty Trust, Inc.  headquartered in San Francisco, CA and founded in 2004 operates as a real estate investment trust, and engages in the provision of data centre, colocation and interconnection solutions. It offers services in artificial intelligence (AI), networks, cloud, digital media, mobile, financial services, healthcare, and gaming. In 2023, Digital realty with assets valued at $42billion has generated $4.9 billion revenue and declared profits of $ 373.3 million.

A few days before the official rebranding of Medallion to Digital realty the nation’s premier carrier neutral data center operator launched a second data center dubbed LOS2 in Lagos, situated in its Medallion Victoria Island campus.

The new state-of-the-art facility offers customers an additional one megawatt of IT capacity; this will be connected to the existing LOS1 data centre, currently rated as the most interconnected facility in the West African sub-region and the top peering point for the region.



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