100% respect for our
environment

While we host your data, Planet Earth hosts all of us!

That's why our green data centers are highly
energy-efficient with zero impact

More affordable for our customers,
zero pollution for us all

Since 2011 the Aruba data centers have been operating exclusively on renewable energy sources with certified guarantee of origin (GO certification). When we design a data center, from the outset, as well as considering how to guarantee maximum reliability, security and performance, we also think about how to achieve maximum efficiency and energy savings. As well as protecting the environment, this enables us to offer our customers services at highly competitive prices.

Annual consumption of the Aruba Group

50,000 MWh

Approximately 5,7 MW average power used

Tons of CO2 saved every year

17,986.360

Every year we confirm our commitment to not emit the equivalent of 0 truckloads of CO2.

Taking clean energy to make clean energy

Aruba puts back renewable energy from hydroelectric and photovoltaic sources to the national grid.

Find out how we produce energy for Italy

Cold air only where it's needed

Whilst it is essential to keep the temperature of hardware under control, cooling the whole area of the data rooms would result in a significant waste of energy. The system used for cooling the racks and therefore the servers and other equipment results from an extremely efficient containment of the flows of incoming cold air and outgoing hot air. Special ducts ensure that the cold air is only used for the front area of the rack, which is isolated from the data room.

Find out more about the data center cooling system

Contact us or book a visit

You can visit our data centers in Italy and the Czech Republic.

Come and see our infrastructures for yourself, or ask for more information.

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Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4)

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’.
The certification process for the data center IT3 is currently under way.