Keysource, a leading provider of data centre solutions, has announced a collaboration agreement with PTS Consulting Middle East, a specialised mission-critical infrastructure advisory, engineering and operational consultancy firm based in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
This strategic partnership aims to strengthen the capabilities of both organisations to deliver comprehensive data centre services across the Middle East.
“We are thrilled to partner with PTS, a company that shares our commitment to excellence and innovation in the data centre industry,” said Stephen Whatling, Group CEO of Keysource. “Through this collaboration, we will leverage our respective strengths to provide a broader range of services to our customers in the Middle East, ensuring that they have access to the best possible solutions to meet their data centre needs.”
PTS brings a wealth of expertise in data centre engineering, project management, accreditation, audit and operational services to the partnership. Its deep understanding of the Middle East region and more specifically the Arabian Gulf market will be instrumental in helping Keysource expand its reach and deliver tailored solutions to customers across the region.
“We are excited to join forces with Keysource, a renowned player in the data centre industry,” said Mohamad ElJammal, Managing Partner of PTS. “This collaboration aligns perfectly with our vision to become a leading provider of data centre solutions in the region. Together, we will offer a combination of expertise and resources to address the evolving needs of our clients.”
Under the terms of the agreement, Keysource and PTS will collaborate on a variety of projects, including:
- Designing and implementing data centre infrastructure
- Managing data centre projects from concept to completion
- Ensuring data centre compliance with industry standards and regulations
- Providing operational consultancy services
- Providing accreditation and audit services
The partnership is expected to significantly enhance the ability of both organisations to serve the growing demand for data centre services across the Middle East. It will also foster innovation and collaboration in the industry, driving the advancement of data centre solutions to support the rapid digital transformation projects in the region.Click below to share this article