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The opening this week of a Johannesburg data centre by global software giant Oracle paves the way for a new approach to providing cloud services across Africa.

Built to the same specifications as all its international data centres, which typically offer floor space of up to 18,500m² and cost around R3bn, Oracle says the local facility “will boost cloud adoption across Africa while also helping businesses achieve better performance and drive continuous innovation”...

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