Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, has announced that Greenergy Data Centers (GDC), the largest and most energy-efficient data centre company in the Baltics, has deployed Juniper’s cloud-ready data centre and AI-driven enterprise solutions to support its business and data centre operations.
GDC is the first and only large-scale data centre in the Baltics, offering enterprises, government agencies and managed service providers a place to safely store their mission-critical data while minimising their environmental footprint. The GDC data centre is a 14,500-square-metre, 31.5-MW facility. Multiple levels of physical security keep the premises secure. Redundant power and digital infrastructure systems support highly reliable operations.
Renewable energy sources and the Nordic climate lower cooling-related power consumption in the data centre. Residual heat generated by equipment is used to warm GDC’s offices and it also has the technical capacity to share excess heat with a district heating plant, which can then be used by local homes and offices. GDC was determined to support its data centre operations with a network that aligns with its sustainability values and chose Juniper to enable its control, infrastructure and office network. Juniper is committed to sustainable business, with a focus on innovative networking solutions that help customers reduce environmental impact while attaining their Digital Transformation goals.
The Juniper network supports the company’s integrated building and power management system, with thousands of telemetry sensors that facilitate the delivery of safe, reliable power. Hundreds of motion-activated thermal cameras connect to the network in support of GDC’s efforts to provide the highest levels of physical security.Click below to share this article