Aruba, the Italian cloud and data center service provider, web hosting, e-mail, PEC and domain registration, is celebrating the third year of its Global Cloud Data Center. The company expands its campus with two new data centers and upgrades to hydroelectric and photovoltaic plants.
Two new modules
With the imminent completion of two new modules, Data Center-B (DC-B) and Data Center-C (DC-C), the largest campus data center in Italy reached over 200,000 m². Particularly, the DC-B will have a power of 9 MW, divided between three large rooms. The DC-C will be a multi-storey data center with 4 data rooms located on two levels and fully operational power of 8 MW. It is planned to complete the works on the DC-B by the first half of 2021, while those relating to the DC-C by the first half of 2022.
Stefano Cecconi, CEO of Aruba S.p.A, said,
“Thanks to the investments in the two new data centers and the upgrading of the plants to enable greater selfproduction of energy from renewable sources, we are pursuing the goal we set for ourselves at the birth of the Global Cloud Data Center. That is to make the best technologies available to our customers while respecting the environment. Today we are adding several new blocks to the Press Release |Aruba |Aruba Business | Aruba Enterprise 2| technology campus with the intention is to maintain our negative carbon footprint across the entire Aruba Data Center network.”
Aruba that was founded in 1994 has been offering cloud, data center and trust Service solutions to businesses and public authorities, designing, implementing and managing highly customized IT solutions.
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