About Data Center
Data Center Inc. is a technology company that operates in the banking sector. The company provides core processing, digital banking, and fintech processing solutions, which are designed to streamline operations, redefine digital banking, and expand the reach of financial institutions. Data Center Inc. primarily serves banks, credit unions, and fintech entities. It was founded in 1963 and is based in Hutchinson, Kansas.
Latest Data Center News
Feb 23, 2024
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Canada’s Davis Cup team finding love Impact of Jersey Ads on the NHL Promising Puck Drop for PWHL Betting on Women's Sports is on the Rise Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Nasdaq-listed Equinix Inc. will invest $390 million in Africa over the next five years building data centers and expanding current operations in South Africa and the west of the continent. The California-based data center operator is also pursuing opportunities in East Africa and will potentially spend more to build or acquire there, recently appointed managing director for South Africa, Sandile Dube, said in an interview. “We will continue to invest where it makes sense on the continent, and we are undergoing a number of studies to ascertain these opportunities,” Dube said. “The money planned for investment includes the construction of data centers at our current operations, but excludes plans for additional markets.” Tech giants such as US-based Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and China’s Huawei Technologies Co. have been investing in data centers in Africa in recent years as demand for connectivity and storage grows. The continent accounts for just 1% of global data center capacity, creating a large opportunity for investors that want to tap into the region’s growth potential, while taking on certain operating risks such as an unreliable power supply. Africa is home to a young and tech savvy population with increasing access to the internet that is providing a boon for the industry, albeit from a low base. Equinix entered the continent two years ago with the $320 million acquisition of MainOne Cable Co. and started building its first data center in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2023. “We’re going to need key hubs on the continent as we have in Europe, which is why we have started with Lagos, Joburg and, in time, we would like to add Nairobi,” Dube said. Equinix typically prefers acquisitions when entering a new market, although in certain cases such as South Africa it decided to build its own data centers, he said. ©2024 Bloomberg L.P.
Data Center Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Data Center founded?
Data Center was founded in 1963.
Where is Data Center's headquarters?
Data Center's headquarters is located at 20 W. 2nd Ave., Hutchinson.
What is Data Center's latest funding round?
Data Center's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.
How much did Data Center raise?
Data Center raised a total of $1.28M.
Who are the investors of Data Center?
Investors of Data Center include Kansas Venture Capital.
Who are Data Center's competitors?
Competitors of Data Center include Finastra and 4 more.
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