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The first data center in the Far East will be launched in Primorye

The first data center in the Far East will be launched in Primorye

In the Primorsky Territory in 2022, the first stage of a world-class data processing center (DPC) will be launched. The structure is created by Key Point, a resident of the Nadezhdinskaya ASEZ.

According to the press service of the Far East Development Corporation, the executor of the investment project is the Free Technologies Engineering company, under the franchise of the owner of the 3data data center network. The commercial data center will meet Uptime Institute's Tier III reliability requirements.

Construction is being carried out on an area of ​​two hectares. An office building, three data center modules will appear here. The total capacity will be 1200 rack-places of 5 kW of IT load. In the first phase, by mid-2022, the first 400 racks will be operational.

According to Evgeny Virtser, General Director of Key Point, the cost of land, availability of the required amount of electricity, availability of communications and prompt approval of documents were important for the implementation of the project. The agreement was completed in a few weeks instead of a few months. The nearest data center of this level is located in Novosibirsk, and there are no such data centers in the Far East, although there is demand.

With the help of the new center, companies will gain access to modern digital technologies. This is especially true for residents of FPV Vladivostok. Residents need high-quality processing of large volumes of information with a high degree of protection. Such services are required by companies from any industry, and in the future it will attract new investors to the region.

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