Publishing Date: Jun 02, 2023

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Russia’s largest digital services provider Rostelecom plans through its Armenian subsidiary GNC-Alfa to launch 200 racks of local data centre in Armenia in early 2024 with the option to increase the capacity, Rostelecom President Mikhail Oseyevsky said in an interview with Russian daily Vedomosti.

GNC-Alfa started to promote and sell telecom services in Armenia under Rostelecom brand in December 2012. The 2,500 km long fibre-optic network of the company covers 80% of the territory of the country, TASS reported.

In December 2021 Oseyevsky reported that Rostelecom may sell its Armenian subsidiary GNC-Alfa for $25 million.  However, in March 2023, Oseyevsky said that Rostelecom decided not to sell it and will instead engage in active development of the company.

We are still actively developing in Armenia, where we have a subsidiary company; we are currently building a data centre there. This will be the first large data centre, created in accordance with the strictest requirements in the country, where there is great interest from the state authorities. At the beginning of the next year, 200 racks should already be operational, with the possibility to rapidly increase the capacity,” Oseyevsky said.


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