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Lekki, lagos, Nigeria

OADC Lagos (LOS 1)

Open Access Data Centres’ Lagos facility (OADC Lagos) is designed to be the most client-centric data centre in West Africa.

It is the first of our pan-Africa network of data centres to be certified by the Uptime Institute. We have designed it to cater for telcos, ISPs, cloud operators, content providers, internet exchanges and major enterprises seeking to expand their business in West Africa.

The Equiano sub-sea cable directly connects to this data centre.

We’re offering a fresh, client-centred approach to data centres in West Africa, providing innovative facilities and support that enable businesses to expand into new markets with greater flexibility and scalability.


Tier-III design certified by the Uptime Institute.

ISO 27001

Meeting international information security standards.


Carrier-neutral data centre ecosystem designed to meet industry requirements, whatever your business.
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Site Features

Up to 20MW site load, 33,000v power supply with 11kV distribution network on site to dedicated transformer and power distribution rooms per-phase.

Carrier-neutral, adjacent to major fibre routes, available through a range of onsite providers. Metro connectivity to major data centres in the Lagos area.

Multi-stage physical security and access control. 24/7/365 monitoring of all aspects of data centre infrastructure.

BMS: Independent BMS/EMS web-based system monitoring and managing all aspects of data centre infrastructure (power, a/c, fire protection, security) and customer equipment alarm.

Committed to minimising environmental
impact with green technologies and innovations
– currently in the process of Green Star Level 4
Sustainability; ISO 9001, 14001, 27001, 45000,
50001; PCI-DSS accreditation.

Total Area
50 %
Uptime Availability
Technical Space
5 MW
Max Site Load

Download OADC Lagos Data Sheet


Equiano Landing Station

OADC Lagos is also the landing station for the Equiano subsea cable system in Nigeria. With a design capacity roughly 20 times larger than any other cable currently serving the region, the Equiano subsea internet cable is having a direct impact on connectivity, resulting in faster internet speeds, reduced internet prices and improved user experience in Nigeria.
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Lekki Penninsula II 106104, Lagos, Nigeria (6°25’27.14“N, 3°30’2.05″E)


    Our events

    Connect with us at the following events and exhibitions. Meet with our leadership team and explore business opportunities and potential partnerships.

    Jun, 2024

    Climate Action Africa Forum

    June 19, 2024 08:00-June 20, 2024 16:30
    Jun, 2024

    Africa Tech Invest

    June 20, 2024 08:00
    Jun, 2024

    NOG Energy Week

    June 30, 2024 08:00-July 4, 2024 16:30