Botswana’s Dreamteam Technology announced Tuesday that it will soon launch a data center in the country that will provide cloud services for the country’s data protection agencies.

The data center will be called DreamTeam Data Center and will be based in the town of Ndaba in Botswana.

It will provide services to Botswana Data Protection Agency (BDPA), Botswana Police Service (BPS), Botswanans National Bank (BNB) and the Botswana Supreme Court.

DreamTeam will also provide cloud hosting services to the BDPA, BPS and the Court.

The DreamTeam data center is scheduled to be operational in the coming months, according to DreamTeam.

The center is expected to be completed in 2020.

DreamTeam has also partnered with the National Bank of Botswana, Botswana Public Service Commission (BSPC) and Botswana Government to provide cloud computing services to BDP, BSPC and BSPCs data protection agency.

Dreamteam is the leader in the data center market.

It currently serves more than 500 organizations in Botswanah, including Botswana Economic Development Agency (BEA), BFPA, Botswanan Central Bank (BCB), Botsan National Bank and Botswanese Parliament.