16:35 / 14.09.2020
Rosatom plans to build a data processing center in Uzbekistan

Sergey Migalin, Director for Economy and Finance at Rosenergoatom JSC (part of Rosatom) reports that Rosatom plans to launch a Data Processing Center in Uzbekistan, Commersant writes.

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The company has started the implementation of the project for the creation of the Innopolis Data Processing Center (DPC) in Tatarstan. The ceremony at the DPC construction site in the Innopolis Special Economic Zone was held on September 10.

“In September, we start designing and then begin construction work. We plan to commission it in the second half of 2022. It will be a large center accommodating 1 thousand racks,” Migalin said, adding that the corporation also plans to launch such centers in Uzbekistan and Turkey.

The new data center will be located in two buildings with an area of 7.5 thousand square meters. m each and with a total capacity of 2 thousand server racks. This will be the second data processing center of Rosatom; in 2019, the state corporation launched the Kalininsky data center in Udomla.

The new DPC will be located in two buildings, each having an area of 7,500 square meters and a total capacity of 2,000 server racks. This will be the second data processing center of Rosatom, as the corporation launched the Kalininsky DPC in Udomlya in 2019.