Construction underway in Rome
The new Hyper Cloud Data Center in Rome (IT4) will be Rating 4 certified and is set to add to Aruba's colocation and connectivity services with the latest business continuity and disaster recovery solutions for companies and Public Administrations. Already in the planning stages, covering an area of 74,000m², fully owned, as well as being connected to the main internet backbones, the data center will boast multiple interconnections with the Arezzo campus (IT1 and IT2) and with the Global Cloud Data Center (IT3). Thanks to all of this, the campus based in Rome (IT4) will enable made-to-measure disaster recovery solutions to be offered along the central-north-south axis of Italy.
Direct links to Fiumicino and Ciampino airports as well as to Rome Termini and Rome Tiburtina stations
Produces its own photovoltaic energy and equipped with optimized efficiency cooling systems
Secure location in terms of earthquakes
Secure location in terms of hydro-geological risks
The backbone connections between the Hyper Cloud Data Center (IT4) in Rome and the Milan PSP (IT3) and Arezzo (IT1 and IT2) Data Centers will help develop advanced data backup solutions between the different infrastructures.
The geographical distribution of the Aruba network of Data Centers guarantees geographical disaster recovery solutions from the North to the South of the peninsula.
The data center will be designed to exploit all the possibilities to minimize its environmental impact, without compromising the guaranteed high standards of reliability and performance. As with all of Aruba's Data Centers, the Hyper Cloud Data Center will also be powered by 100% renewable energy from the grid, certified by the European Guarantee of Origin scheme (GO).
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The term ‘Tier’ was used for the ANSI/TIA 942-B-2017 standard until the March 2014 version. In the March 2014 version, the term ‘Tier’ was replaced by ‘Rating’.