Under construction in Rome
Covering an area of 74,000 m² within the Tecnopolo Tiburtino technical center, the Hyper Cloud Data Center (IT4) is the largest data center campus in Rome.
At full capacity, the facility will include 5 independent data center buildings, each offering 6 MW of IT power, for a total of 30 MW, powered exclusively by energy from renewable sources.
All systems have a redundancy level of 2N or higher, in line with the requirements of the Rating 4 ANSI/TIA-942 international infrastructure quality standard.
The Hyper Cloud Data Center in Rome (IT4) is also designed to meet the main ISO standards in terms of safety, environment and quality of the services provided.
Connected to the main Internet backbones, it boasts multiple interconnections with the Arezzo campus (IT1 and IT2) and with the Global Cloud Data Center (IT3).
Guarantee of origin (GO)
Direct links to Fiumicino and Ciampino airports as well as to Rome Termini and Rome Tiburtina stations
Produces its own photovoltaic energy and is equipped with optimized efficiency cooling systems
Designed to meet the main ISO standards in terms of safety, environment and quality of the services provided.
Secure location in terms of earthquakes and hydro-geological risks
The backbone connections between the Hyper Cloud Data Center in Rome (IT4) and the Milan PSP (IT3) and Arezzo (IT1 and IT2) Data Centers 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 make the most of every possible solution to minimize its impact on the environment, without compromising the maximum guaranteed standards of reliability and performance. As with all Aruba data centers, the Hyper Cloud Data Center will be powered exclusively by renewable energy from sources certified by the European Guarantee of Origin scheme (GO).
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The term ‘Tier’ was used for the ANSI/TIA-942 standard until the March 2014 version. In the March 2014 version, the term ‘Tier’ was replaced by ‘Rating’.