Liquid Telecom has officially launched its Azure Stack Hub in Nairobi.
This means that the hub will support Kenya businesses to meet local data regulatory requirements.
It also implies that the same businesses will efficiently run latency-sensitive business applications.
The company says the hub is demonstrating its commitment to the country’s path to digital transformation by empowering businesses with a cloud solution that can is available within Kenya borders.
Liquid further says that the hub is highly secure, and supports real-time business continuity with flexible adoption plans.
In the past two years, Liquid has been at the forefront of driving Africa’s digital transformation. The complete management of the cloud solution is testimony to its goals.
Lastly, Azure and Azure Stack are supported by Liquid’s extensive fibre infrastructure in Africa.
What they said
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, we had been enabling businesses across the continent to implement their digital transformation strategies. With the increasing demand for data to be hosted locally, we have deployed Azure Stack cloud solutions as we continue to foster economic and technological advancement in Kenya and the East Africa region at large.
Adil El Youssefi, Regional CEO of Liquid Telecom East Africa
Our commitment to the East Africa region is reaffirmed with the opening of this hub in Kenya. With Liquid Azure Stack, we offer a fully managed service, so customers can focus on their ever-evolving business needs while we take care of the rest.
David Behr, Group Chief Digital Officer, Liquid Telecom