Amsterdam data center (AMS01) of maincubes has been recognized by the Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP). Open Compute Project Foundation is a collaborative community focused on redesigning hardware technology to efficiently support the growing demands on computing infrastructure with an OCP Ready Certification.
The OCP Ready data center in Europe
As the only OCP Ready data center in Continental Europe to receive this certification, AMS01 delivers the enhanced flexibility and performance of OCP solutions alongside its existing state-of-the-art technology, high power densities, and robust energy efficiency.
Oliver Menzel, CEO of maincubes, said,
“The Open Compute Project is a movement that continues to gain traction across the data center industry — and for good reason. It’s more important than ever that data-hungry organizations, and the data centers that support them, be able to operate with the greatest performance and efficiency. This certification signifies our ability to meet those needs, and we’re thrilled to have the trust of the OCP Community behind us as we seek to build a better digital future.”
AMS01 serves with its innovative new cooling systems for above-average PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness), a direct and redundant connection to the electricity grid for failsafe and high-density power, global and carrier-neutral connectivity including leading internet exchanges (IX), multi-level security, and more.
Moreover, maincubes has been accepted into the OCP Colo Solution Provider (SP) program, designed to recognize organizations with data center facilities that have met the OCP Colo Guidelines. The maincubes data center in Amsterdam is currently home to the OCP Experience Center, which helps CIOs, CTOs, IT managers, and data center managers understand the impact of OCP designs on their facilities.