Wednesday, July 6

NTT opens its first data center in Spain

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NTT continues with its expansion plans by opening its first data center in the Spanish market in Madrid. The high-availability and Tier 3 data center is located in the Európolis Business and Technology Park in Las Rozas, about 20 km northwest of Madrid. Offers to hyperscalers and to business customers 3,600 m2 of IT space and a maximum capacity of 6.3 MW once it is at maximum performance.

NTT is currently expanding the capacity of its data centers around the world. The company attaches the utmost importance to creating a safe and sustainable infrastructure. At the Madrid site, the entire data center cooling concept was adapted to the hot climate of central Spain: air-cooled chillers and higher cooling water temperatures reduce energy consumption and ensure efficient operation of installation. In addition, the demand of our first large customer is entirely powered by renewable energy.

On the other hand, companies using the new data center in Madrid will benefit from excellent connectivity. NTT’s proprietary Global Data Center Interconnect (GDCI) network structure makes it quick and easy to deploy high-performance private connections to Internet nodes such as ESpanix, NetIX and DE-CIX, as well as cloud providers such as AWS, Google , Microsoft and others. Through the Lyntia fiber network, there are connections with 2,694 cities in Spain, with interconnections in France and Portugal, and with the main submarine cables. In addition, there are fiber links to NTT’s Global IP Network (GIN), as well as Colt IQ, euNetworks, GTT and other international and regional providers.

NTT is currently expanding the capacity of its data centers around the world.

“The demand for data center capacity in Spain has grown a lot in recent years. Madrid is the largest data center in Spain and a European gateway to the world, and our investment in the region is another milestone in our global roadmap, as we continue to expand our presence across the continent to meet the needs of coverage, capacity and connectivity of our customers”, says Florian Winkler, general manager of the NTT Global Data Centers division in EMEA.

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“In recent years, Spain has become a communications hub in southern Europe, in part due to the new submarine cables,” added Araceli Pedraza, general director of NTT in Spain. “With our new data center in Madrid, we are actively shaping the digital future of the region. Here, companies will find a reliable, secure and sustainable home for IT infrastructures. At the same time, comprehensive connectivity ensures maximum flexibility.”

“Our commitment and our responsibility is to support and accompany our clients and companies to achieve their goals and increase their business value, through a Sustainable Digital Transformation,” says Sandra Sans, partner and global head of the Cloud and Cloud unit. Infrastructure in NTT DATA. “One of our differential axes is being able to provide them with a complete solution, which covers both the business strategy and the infrastructure needs of the IT areas, from the transformation project to the end-to-end service, and thanks to this new Data Center we expanded our capacity to offer private cloud services with hybridization capacity towards public cloud environments” he adds.

For its part, the Secretary of State for Digitization and Artificial Intelligence (SEDIA), Carme Artigas, has indicated that “Spain has demonstrated its commitment to the development of a data exchange ecosystem that allows companies to access and reuse this essential asset of the new digital economy. Advancing in the enabling of shared industrial data spaces that guarantee security, interoperability and privacy, and where regulation is applied in accordance with European humanist values ​​and principles”.

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