ROSTELECOM EXPANDS ITS M9 DATA CENTRE
PRESS RELEASE: The Rostelecom DPC is launching a new hall for accommodating client equipment in the M9 data centre in Moscow on Butlerova Street, 7.
The M9 data centre is one of the largest telecom-neutral sites in Moscow for the placement of equipment for commercial companies, telecom operators and government agencies. The new premises with an area of 466 m 2 will accommodate 151 customer cabinets. According to the plan, the total power consumption of server equipment will be 840 kW when placing standard racks of 5.5 kW. In addition, the project provides for the possibility of installing high-load racks up to 12 kW according to individual customer requests. The new hall meets the Tier III standard in terms of reliability.
Denis Afanasiev, General Director of JSC MMTS-9, Deputy General Director of Rostelecom DPC: “The expansion of the M9 platform will help us develop cooperation with telecom operators, corporate clients and the public sector. The project is designed to meet the growing demand of these segments and strengthen our position in this market.”
To date, the data centre has already put into operation 2,459 racks in machine rooms with an area of 10,017 m 2 . The data centre is part of the geo-distributed network of Rostelecom DPC with a total capacity of 12,700 racks, which covers Moscow, St. Petersburg, Udomlya, Yekaterinburg and Novosibirsk.
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