Asite to open new data center in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Asite is set to open its new data center in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as it works towards providing the best facilities to support infrastructure and capital projects in the region

The new data center will ensure that project information for Saudi Arabian projects remains in Saudi Arabia.

Asite holds server grids in each of its key operating locations globally to ensure optimum data management processes that meet local requirements.

The data center maintains stringent compliance standards with the following certifications: ISO 9001, ISO 27001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001, ISO/IEC 27017:2015, and ISO/IEC 27018:2014.

Hosted by BIOS Middle East, the data center in Saudi Arabia marks a huge step forward in expanding the digital engineering capacity of the local industry.

‘A clear next step’

Devendra Gera, chief technology officer of Asite, said: “Our decision to expand Asite’s data centers is in line with our commitment to ensuring that the data and intellectual property of our clients is stored securely and in accordance with local regulations.

“As we expand our Saudi team, alongside increasing demand for cloud-based solutions in the region’s construction sector, establishing a data center in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was a clear next step.

“In terms of security and compliance, our platform is certified for quality management, information security, business continuity management systems, and service management systems, ensuring we’re providing project teams with a secure and robust system to store their asset data.”

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