Qatar based data center service provider Meeza, has just launched its fourth data center in Doha, for which construction has now begun.

The new data center M-Vault 4 is sited on Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP), which is part of Qatar Foundation Research Development and Innovation. The facility is reported to be in line with Qatar’s digital transformation agenda towards a knowledge-based economy, as part of its National Vision 2030.

“We are excited to announce the establishment of our 4th data center in Qatar, and it could not have come at a better time. The new data center will be ready for use by the time we welcome some of the leading world experts in the industry and opens new doors for exchange of information, ideas, and technological advancement. We are honored to pave the way to Qatar’s digital transformation by establishing the best technologies and providing a service of excellence to our clients,” said Ahmad Abdulla Al-Muslemani, acting chief executive officer of Meeza.

“Our vision is to make service excellence the expectation, not the exception. The 4th addition of the data center for Meeza helps us build the technological infrastructure that we need to bring Qatar to the global arena of Cloud Services. Our future is moving towards the digital and we, at Meeza, are working to ensure that we maintain the best practices in the industry, and offer premium hosting services and solutions,” said Mohsin Al-Marri, chief operations officer of Meeza.

The new data center project is expected to be completed and opened for use by mid-2021, which may coincide with the expected arrival of global hyperscale data center and cloud services giants such as Microsoft and Google Cloud.

Already, Meeza has three operational Tier III data centers known as M-Vaults, where M-Vault 2 is LEED Platinum certified and M-Vault 3 is LEED Gold certified.