Sterling and Wilson, a subsidiary of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group, has completed a prefabricated data centre project in Egypt for Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt, in collaboration with RZ-Products, a German firm that specialises in building modular data centre solutions. The project has a total cost of $2 million (Rs 14 crore approximately).
For Faisal Bank, the project includes a DC-IT-Room GranITe ECB-S solution for the IT space and a QuartzITe-Room 9.0 for two power rooms, ensuring maximum uptime of IT systems and hosting mission-critical business activities. Furthermore, the company claims that this system is totally modular and may be expanded at any time.
Prasanna Sarambale, CEO, Data Center Business, Sterling and Wilson, said, “We are delighted to have successfully handed over our maiden project in Egypt, a first-of-its-kind in the region. It gives us immense pleasure to meet customer's unique requirements of scalable, safe, compliant, and cost-effective data center solutions. With our technical expertise, design capabilities and market understanding, we can further penetrate this market, delivering turnkey solutions for projects of any scale and size.”
SWPL has a partnership with RZ-Products for executing projects in several global markets.