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The facility in Israel is set to be joined by others nationally and across the region as company confirms it is exploring further expansion.
Founder and Editor, The Tech Capital
December 15, 2021 | 12:00 AM GMT
US data centre operator Serverfarm has unveiled plans to build a new facility in central Israel.
The centre, dubbed ISR3, it’s the business’ first in the country will provide 9MW of capacity on opening day set for the latter half of 2022.
Developed in partnership with Israel Infrastructure Fund, the facility has been designed to address Israel’s growing demand from high-tech enterprises and newly announced hyperscale cloud zones.
Serverfarm said in a statement that in parallel with the development of ISR3, the company is actively developing additional opportunities to further expand its footprint in Israel and across the Middle East.
Avner Papouchado, Founder and CEO of Serverfarm, said: “As leading tech and hyperscale organizations continue to expand into Israel and across the Middle East, we see an opportunity to leverage our expertise and deep roots in this region.
“With the launch of ISR3, we’re bringing world-class multi-tenant data centres to Israel, allowing organizations to rapidly tap into this growing region and innovate at scale. We are also introducing our world-leading InCommand DMaaS to the region so more IT and data centre leaders can optimize their operations and focus on innovation and digital transformation.”
Serverfarm’s global data centre portfolio and operations today span over 700 locations in 45 countries, including locations in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Canada and the United States.
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