The storage and processing of data is one of the fundamental aspects for the operation of companies and public administrations. Any organisation requires spaces in which to protect its information and data centres are infrastructures where large amounts of this data are stored, managed and secured.
In this context, lyntia Networks, a leading provider of telecommunications services in Spain and the only neutral provider that operates in both lit and dark fibre, has just opened a new data centre with the aim of providing these secure and efficient environments to organisations. Thus, this new lyntia data centre is located in Alicante and meets the highest standards of energy efficiency, reflected in the PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) that has obtained 1.4. In this way, this innovative centre makes maximum use of energy resources and minimises its environmental impact in the three rooms that make up this space.
Security is another of the main drivers of this data centre, as it guarantees uninterrupted service thanks to its robust infrastructure that is certified to Tier II standard, initially being built and pre-installed to become Tier III or Tier IV, i.e. it does not require shutdowns or service suspensions for equipment replacement or maintenance. In addition, it offers optimal levels of security and neutral connectivity, providing companies and public administrations with maximum energy efficiencies and the peace of mind of having a reliable technological infrastructure.
In this sense, this new infrastructure has a fundamental role to play in the technological development of organisations and companies in the region. By equipping these areas with state-of-the-art infrastructure, its technological capacity will match that of large cities in Spain and Europe and the proximity of the data centre to businesses and local entities in the Valencian Community will further boost growth and innovation in the region.
lyntia Networks already has five data centres distributed throughout Spain, including Seville, Huelva, Jaen, Zaragoza and now Alicante. These infrastructures are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and offer a variety of physical spaces, ranging from 300 to 400 square metres, with the possibility of expansion according to customer needs. This new data centre represents a significant milestone in the expansion and consolidation of lyntia's infrastructure network, with a vision focused on the new digital era and the current green transformation.