At its Biere site in Saxony-Anhalt, T-Systems International is building one of the largest and most modern cloud data centers in Germany and Europe
The Ed. Züblin AG and ENGIE Deutschland built the second phase of the high-tech data center for T-Systems in a joint venture (ARGE). The project provides for the expansion of the Dynamic Data Center by three additional modular buildings and an office building, which will be connected to the first phase by a connecting bridge. On the size of a football field, this creates an additional approximately 5,400 m2 of IT space for Telekom's highly secure cloud services.
Like the first phase,. the extension is also to set standards in terms of sustainability and energy efficiency with a LEED Gold certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and a PUE factor of max. 1.3 in sustainability and energy efficiency: PUE stands for Power Usage Effectiveness, an internationally comparable measure, in which the total energy consumed in a data center is compared to the energy consumption of all IT systems. Beers is considered a low-energy data center with a PUE factor of max. 1.3, older IT centers reach values of 1.8 and higher.
The ARGE is responsible for the complete planning with modern 3D technologies, the material purchase, the outdoor facilities including terrain modeling as well as the turnkey construction and technical equipment of the buildings including the energy supply. The completion date is planned for early summer 2018.
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