NourNet Data Centre achieves ANSI/TIA-942-B:2017 – Rated-3 – DCCC, Rated-3 Constructed Facility Certificate.

NourNet strengthen its position to empower Saudi market with the best-in-class data center hosting services

NourNet is proud to announce that it has achieved the ANSI/TIA-942-B:2017 – Rated-3 – DCCC, Rated-3 constructed facility certificate, positioning NourNet as an unrivalled data center provider in Saudi Arabia with world-class facilities. 

NourNet’s data Centre infrastructure is concurrently maintainable, according to the ANSI/TIA-942-B:2017 Rated-3 certification. It can undergo any scheduled maintenance with no downtime, allowing NourNet to completely serve mission-critical clients’ operations around the clock. NourNet is also an O/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 20000-1, ISO 9001, CSA gold certifie, Payment Card Industry and Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) certified, and Threat and Vulnerability Risk Assessment (TVRA) compliant, it also meets the regulations set by SAMA and NCA to ensure data center resiliency.

According to Amjad A. Hafez, CEO of NourNet, “We are on mission to provide the best-in-class data center facilities and this certification shows our commitment to serve our local and global clients with mission critical infrastructure to run their operations seamlessly. Our Tier-3 data center has now been certified to meet the standards of the internationally renowned ANSI/TIA-942-B:2017, giving our clients and stakeholders more confidence in their digital transformation journey.”

The ANSI/TIA-942 Standard addresses all aspects of a mission-critical data center, including the site location, architectural and physical structure of the building, electrical and mechanical infrastructure, fire safety, and physical security. The accreditation process is important to verify data center conformity with the standard which are established under the ANSI/TIA-942-B:2017 to assure impartiality, competence and consistency. This process is based on a globally recognized and implemented uniform approach to determining an audit organization’s competence.

As a digital transformation enabler, NourNet started its journey back in 1998 as an ISP to deliver premium Internet services to Saudi market, since then, the company grew to provide various robust services in the areas of connectivity, cloud, cyber security and collaboration. Its triple-tier 4,500 m2 data center is the first carrier-neutral facility in Saudi Arabia, located east of Riyadh, and hosts hundreds of public and private sector clients.