Atlantic Hub has announced that it will develop a flagship IT service and data centre

  • International Data centre developer Atlantic Hub has announced that it will develop a flagship IT services and data centre accompanied by two mega hub campus sites in Derry and Letterkenny.

    Both campuses will have world class data services and the capacity to accommodate hyper-scale operator demands for low development and operational costs, offering direct connection to North America. The fastest connectivity available between North America and Europe, GTT transatlantic fibre optic submarine cable, facilitates this exchange.

    The eco-friendly builds will are powered by 100% certified green power via a very reliable and high quality HV power supply system with built-in redundancy and N+1 grid transformer arrangement.

    “We are hugely excited to commence the development of the Atlantic Hub project. Atlantic Hub, and its partners, including global telecommunications partner, GTT Communications, represent decades of industry-leading data centre design and management experience, meaning we are ideally placed to address clients’ requirements, especially hyperscale operators, and the need for flexibility of design, low operational costs, fast connectivity and secure hosting capacity”, commented Brian Doherty, Managing Director of Atlantic Hub.

    The locations that have been selected are taking advantage of our central geographical time zone, which easily facilitates daily business transactions with USA, Asia and Europe. The local climate is also a major advantage alongside the innovative data hall cooling design, which optimises airflow management for cooling efficiency.

    “We are particularly pleased to be bringing this development to the North West Region of Ireland and look forward to progressing the project over the coming months”, stated Doherty.

    Source: Atlantic Hub Press Release

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