STRATOSFAIR ANNOUNCES NEW EDGE DATA CENTRE FACILITY
PRESS RELEASE: It been in the works, but it has now been officially announced, in the presence of Christine Le Strat, Mayor of Pontivy, and Bernard Le Breton, President of Pontivy Community, that the company Stratosfair will install a low-carbon data centre to respond to the need for digital transformation of many companies located in this dynamic basin and to strengthen the economic attractiveness of Pontivy.
“I’m a child of Plumelin and student of Pontivy, my roots are anchored in this economically abundant territory. By working hand in hand with local companies – including MCE Informatique – and communities, we will be able to strengthen the attractiveness of the territory and allow companies to develop their activities while ensuring the hosting of their data in a local, secure way,” says Bérenger Cadoret, founder and CEO of Stratosfair.
In keeping with its environmental approach, this new data centre will combine solar energy, hybrid cooling and waste heat recovery. Built on a plot of 1000m2, on the outskirts of Pôle emploi, the footprint of the building, built from containers rehabilitated and recovered on the side of Brest, is estimated at 80m2, with a solar shade of 200m2
“This is a project that is part of the circular economy. The idea is in line with our territorial project, and a very good thing to interest local businesses,” confirms Bernard Le Breton, president of Pontivy Community.
The commissioning of this new equipment is planned for the first half of 2023. By this deadline, the young company from Morbihan should then shine in several places, in addition to the sites of Lanester and Pontivy, with a project to set up in the Great West and two others in the Grand East.
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