A large, modern data center campus just outside milan

The Global Cloud Data Center is a data center campus with a surface area of 200,000m2 in Ponte San Pietro (BG), just a few minutes from Milan. All facilities have been designed and built to meet or exceed the highest levels of resilience, in accordance with ANSI/TIA-942-B-2017 Rating 4 requirements and the ISO 22237 standard, the international benchmark standard for the entire life cycle of a data center, from strategic conception to building and operation. At the IT3 Data Center, with 24/7 armed security on all its multiple control perimeters, traffic can be exchanged with all the operators on the Milan Internet eXchange in Milan, thanks to the MIX Point of Presence.

Rating 4 ANSI/TIA

And ISO 22237 certification

+ 200,000 m²

Campus surface area

60 MW

IT power available

Carrier neutral

PoP of Tier 1 operators

    Virtual tour

    See the buildings, the data rooms and all the facilities of the largest data center campus in Italy.

    a secure location in a strategic position

    Huge expansion area

    Surface area of more than 200,000 square meters

    Easily accessible

    Three international airports within a radius of 100km

    Renewable resources

    Production of hydroelectric and photovoltaic energy

    Ground water cooling system

    Incredibly efficient cooling system using groundwater

    Hydrogeological safety

    Raised area not subject to flooding (map showing rivers from the territorial government plan/PGT for the Municipality of Ponte San Pietro)

    Seismic security

    Zone 3 (low level seismic activity): there have not been any confirmed earthquakes in the last 2,000 years (source: Catalogue of strong Italian earthquakes/CFTI from the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology/INGV website)

    Global Cloud Data Center DC section – A

    technical specifications

    Each data center is equipped with Building Management System (BMS), which monitors the facilities to guarantee operational and energy efficiency for the power supply and cooling systems of the data rooms.

    Datasheet DC-A Datasheet DC-B Datasheet DC-C

    Power center

    The dual power center contains redundant modules made up of containers that are easy to scale and replace. Each module is made up of 4 stacked containers: 2 for the batteries, 1 for the UPS and 1 for the power center.


    The groundwater cooling system for the primary circuit works on the heat exchangers (2N redundancy) that cool the secondary circuit towards the data rooms. The air/water cooling chillers only start working in an emergency.

    Carrier neutral
    data center

    Carriers with fiber: TIM, Fastweb, Wind | Tre, Vodafone, Retelit, Cogent, Irideos, Planetel. A dual transmission system to Milan Internet eXchange (MIX) facilitates interconnectivity with tens of further national and international carriers. Provision of managed connectivity available on request.

    Green Data Center

    The data center has been designed to exploit all the possibilities to minimize its environmental impact, without compromising the guaranteed high standards of reliability and performance. It is powered by electricity from renewable sources certified by the Guarantee of Origin (GO) standard.

    More details

    Global Cloud Data Center (IT3)

    Via San Clemente, 53 24036 Ponte San Pietro (BG)
    Estimated average time by car. May vary depending on traffic.
    Estimated average time by car. May vary depending on traffic.
    Estimated average time by car. May vary depending on traffic.

    Aruba Auditorium: our on-site events space

    Located within the campus, but detached from the data centers and with external access, the Aruba Auditorium is at the disposal of customers for their business conference and convention requirements. With seating for up to 400, this multipurpose venue also boasts a spacious foyer and well-equipped meeting rooms.

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