Saudi Arabia’s CST Enacts Data Center Services Regulations

CST’s regulations aim to boost data center services, ensuring quality, user protection, and encouraging investments.

The Communications, Space, and Technology Commission (CST) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has officially implemented the “Data Center Services Regulations” document effective January 1, 2024. The regulations are applicable to all data center service providers within Saudi Arabia.

CST underscores that these regulations are designed to elevate service quality, safeguard users, and foster investments in the data center services sector. By enforcing these guidelines, CST aims to streamline the execution of plans and projects aimed at developing investments in the data center industry, thereby reinforcing Saudi Arabia’s position as a prominent regional hub in the sector.

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