maincubes, solutions provider Circle B and circular economy advocate ITRenew announced a strategic partnership to drive greater prioritization of data center sustainability and enable IT operations and infrastructures that are efficient, highly flexible and environmentally friendly.
To achieve the sustainability goal
maincubes is an operator of high-availability and secure data centers in Germany and the Netherlands, while Circle B provides value through services and solutions based on community-driven hardware and software. The other partner ITRenew creates second lives and reuse pathways for the most advanced technology on the planet, bringing circular economic benefits to the data center and IT hardware industry.
Oliver Menzel, CEO of maincubes, said,
“As concerns over the data center’s impact on global climate change become more acute, it becomes increasingly clear that the future of IT will center on sustainability and responsible digitization as a core pillar. Now, we’re building that sustainable future with the launch of this collaboration. As a result, the market will benefit from greater availability and accessibility to open solutions, along with accelerated times to market with integrated, ready-to-deploy and optimized solutions, all with the sustainability both our customers and the planet deserve.”
The service provides infrastructure as a service on hardware built to Open Compute Project (OCP) standards. It is based in the OCP Experience Center which Circle B runs in the maincubes facility. This collaboration aims to create a clear path for all enterprises to achieve similar benefits to those that are enjoyed by hyperscalers.
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