Toney Wabela: Technological disruption looming for data centres in Africa

Toney Webala – CTO and Co-Founder of Atlancis Technologies

Sometimes a disruptive technology can loiter for a while, before it changes everything. Yet change it will bring, because nothing and no one can defy gravity. So it is, I believe, with the new generation of open compute infrastructure.

For, as the world creates data, there’s an equal demand for resources to store, process and make sense from this data to drive business value.

All the thousands of ledgers that used to be created manually now generate legions of data threads, expanded by ever more automation and cross-relationships, driving further data and data processes. Our data revolution has created new data flows, again, from our communication, seeing global hyperscale companies create hundreds of thousands of square metres of data centres to hold and process their millions of users’ data.

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Atlancis Technologies becomes first Cloud Services provider in Africa to adopt OCP

The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) has announced Atlancis Technologies as the first ICT Services provider in Africa to adopt OCP.

Atlancis, which specializes in delivering ecosystem-transforming ICT solutions, has adopted open technology for its Cloud platform, branded Servernah.

The founders of Atlancis (Toney Webala and Daniel Njuguna) had been closely following the deployment of OCP and its benefits to global hyper-scale companies like Facebook, Google and Microsoft to deliver value, optimized performance, total and rapid scalability and ultimately competitive advantage. In developing scalable delivery of industry solutions they were excited about the opportunity to leverage these proven, efficient technologies in Kenya and across Africa.

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From CEO to the team’s Biggest CheerLeader

Hello! I am Daniel Njuguna, CHEERLEADER!!! Atlancis Technologies.

I recently dropped the tag CEO, at least within the precincts of my organization and started using the title CheerLeader. This move has brought a bag of mixed reactions from my staff, from excitement to curiosity to confusion, as my team isn’t sure of what to make of my new title.

Honestly, I thought this was a no-brainer, something they would easily figure out. After all, what do cheerleaders do other than cheer on their team at all times regardless of the size of the opponent on the field of play?

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Atlancis Technologies and KPSA partner in ICT integration in education

Directors of private primary schools in Nairobi, in one of the computer labs at Uhuru Gardens Primary School which is a model ICT integrated classroom complete with computer hardware fully fitted with iLearn, an interactive digital learning platform with content based on the new Competency Based Curriculum (CBC).

Atlancis Technologies has partnered with the Kenya Private Schools Association (KPSA) Nairobi to showcase to over 300 private primary school Directors from Nairobi County, a practical perspective of ICT integration in education.

During the event, our team demonstrated how iLearn our innovative and interactive digital learning platform with Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) approved learning content can be seamlessly integrated into already existing school infrastructure, and its benefits in improving learning outcomes. This event was hosted at Uhuru Gardens Primary School which is now a model for ICT integration in Education, and a place for other schools to benchmark on the same.

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Kenyan Tech Developers to Benefit from a Digital Marketplace

ICT CS Joe Mucheru greets Atlancis CEO Daniel Njuguna during the launch of Connected Kenya Summit 2018. Looking on are ICT PSs Jerome Ochieng and Fatuma Hirsi

Kenyan tech developers will soon have a digital marketplace where they can host their applications thus significantly cutting down their time to market.

This was revealed by ATLANCIS Technologies CEO, Daniel Njuguna during a panel discussion on Technology as an Enabler for Development that was held on the final day of the just concluded Connected Kenya Summit 2018.

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Bram Ayoo wins the Waziri Cup golf tournament sponsored by Atlancis and ICT Authority

ICT Cabinet Secretary, Joe Mucheru addresses guests during the awards ceremony of the Waziri Cup golf tournament which was sponsored by Atlancis Technologies and the ICT Authority

Handicap 18 player Bram Ayoo took the bragging rights after beating a field of over 120 golfers at the Par 72 Karen Country Club course, emerging as the overall winner during the Waziri Cup Golf tournament sponsored by Atlancis Technologies and the ICT Authority.

Ayoo oozed confidence from the first tee and posted an amazing 44 points to win the top prize in an event presided over by ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru. “Everything just worked perfectly for me though I must say, hard work and determination played a big role as I kept improving by each hole,” said Ayoo who was overly excited with his victory. Joseph Kyalo of Golf Park playing off handicap 28 emerged the overall runner up with 43 stableford points.

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KCB’s Ibrahim Lande wins Atlancis sponsored Inter-Banks golf tournament

Ibrahim Lande, the overall winner of the 2018 Inter-Banks golf tournament sponsored by Atlancis Technologies

Kenya Commercial Bank golfer, Ibrahim Lande fired 43 stableford points to win the Atlancis sponsored 2018 Inter-Banks golf tournament held at the Par 72 Vet Lab Sports Club.

Playing off handicap 29, Lande who is KCB’s Platinum Relations Manager shot 19 in the front nine and 24 in the back nine to clinch this year’s overall trophy. To top it all up, Lande savored a rare double when he led a three-man KCB outfit comprising of Simon Bett (handicap 12) and Timothy Kuria (handicap 36) to the team title.

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Strathmore University and Atlancis Technologies sign partnership in Information Technology Research and Development

Strathmore University and Atlancis Technologies today signed a strategic partnership focused on cutting-edge research into the next generation of information technology.

Mr. Daniel Kinyua, CEO Atlancis (l) and Dr. Sevilla, Director @iLabAfrica Research Centre (r): Source Strathmore University

The partnership signed by Strathmore University’s @iLabAfrica Research Centre will allow the University and Atlancis to jointly explore and provide direction for academic researchers and technology experts in Kenya to collectively innovate and develop applications in research areas such as energy, banking, healthcare, education and transport among other sectors as well as champion development of local technology ecosystem.

The focus of this collaboration will be on the emerging technologies such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain Technology, Cyber Security, Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Computing.

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