The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Engr. Andrew Yakubu, has said that the Data Centre unveiled by the Corporation yesterday would help eliminate the prevalent duplication of efforts across the various Strategic Business Units (SBU’s) and Corporate Service Units of Corporation.
The Green data center which is designed for maximum energy efficiency and minimum environmental impact is built with leading industry standard technologies.
Speaking at the brief unveiling ceremony in Abuja, Yakubu described the Data Centre as a highly secure, fault-resistant facility which will be available for use by the private sector and other industry stakeholders on commercial basis so as to generate revenue for the Corporation.
“Today we begin a bold and crucial journey in our collective quest as a corporate entity with an eye for the future by inaugurating the New NNPC Data Centre,” Engr. Yakubu said.
“As a Group, the Data Center will eliminate the prevalent duplication of efforts across the various Strategic Business Units and Corporate Service Units of our Corporation by providing an environment for the central storage of business tools which will be accessible corporate-wide,” he stated.
t central to the Corporation can be hosted.
“It is common knowledge that in today’s global corporate space, Data Centers are not only prevalent but have become indispensable.
These centers are specialised environments that safeguard a company’s most valuable equipment and intellectual property, housing the critical enterprise applications and systems that process business transactions, store data, maintain financial records, and provide reliable network availability. The NNPC Data Centre is conceived to do just that and even more,” Yakubu said.
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