RTB House, provides state-of-the-art marketing technologies for top brands worldwide, will work with maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 data center to co-locate its OCP (Open Compute Project) hardware.
RTB House is expanding its European IT infrastructure by collocating its OCP (Open Compute Project) hardware to the maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 data center. maincube is a European provider of colocation services in Amsterdam and Frankfurt. The company will meet OCP-ready equipment power and cooling technology setups in Amsterdam.
It will facilitate to deploy OCP-ready equipment
CircleB which was officially authorized in 2018 by the Open Compute Foundation, recommended the maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 data center to RTB House. The first OCP colocation data center will go live in February 2020. Amsterdam for Europe; Ashburn and Phoenix for the U.S.; and Singapore for Asia are the locations selected by RTB House for its deep learning-powered ad-buying engine. maincubes AMS01 will be the second data center location in Amsterdam for RTB House.
Bartłomiej Romański talked about the benefits of this colocation:
“The maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 facility will be used for deploying our OCP-ready equipment. There are many advantages to using Open Compute hardware. These include energy efficiency, modularity thus flexibility, as well as easy maintenance. The open specifications also allow for better understanding of the underlying components and to realize the hardware’s full potential. Next to that, OCP hardware is uniquely designed for large deployments. We plan to further scale our OCP-based IT infrastructure with maincubes and maincubes has the ability to accommodate us on this.
The maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 data center is able to meet our unique OCP power and cooling requirements. On top of that, it’s important to note that maincubes caters to our needs in the field of sustainability and redundancy. But most of all we like their flexibility. Current colocation agreement with maincubes allows for elastic and scalable growth of our OCP-based IT infrastructure in Europe. maincubes’ data center presence in Frankfurt could be a nice addition too. It is good to have that option available.”