3 Jun 2024 22:47

Rosatom launches first stage of Innopolis data center in Tatarstan

KAZAN. June 3 (Interfax) - Atomdata-Innopolis JSC (a resident of the Innopolis SEZ, part of the Rosenergoatom concern within the Rosatom State Corporation) launched the first stage of a data processing and storage center on Monday in the city of Innopolis (Tatarstan), an Interfax correspondent present at the launch ceremony reported.

The Innopolis data center, with a capacity of 16 MW, will consist of 2,000 server racks in two buildings with a total area of more than 23,000 sq. m. The first stage of the data center is designed for 1,000 rack spaces.

The technological solutions for the Innopolis data center are developed taking import substitution strategy into consideration and they comply with Tier III reliability standards.

Atomdata-Innopolis entered into a 5.3 billion ruble contract for the construction of the first stage of the Innopolis data center with Moscow's Titan-2 JSC engineering concern (part of the Titan-2 construction holding).

Currently, there are three more Rosenergoatom data centers operating in Russia: Kalininsky in Udomlya, Tver Region, Xelent in St. Petersburg and StoreData in Moscow.