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Sabey partners with Eclairion for global data centre solutions

Written by Mon 11 Mar 2024

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Multi-tenant data centre provider, Sabey Data Centers, has announced a partnership with modular and containerised data centre solution company, Eclairion, to provide solutions to potential users worldwide.

Based in Paris, France, Eclairion specialises in ecological, modular, and high-density data centres. The company caters primarily to intensive computing needs such as high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI).

Eclairion prioritises environmental sustainability through decarbonised energy supplies and innovative cooling technologies, aiming for carbon neutrality and reduced energy consumption.

“This agreement with Sabey … will allow us both to provide tailored solutions to customers globally, satisfying both their most demanding computing needs and their commitments to reduce their carbon footprint,” said François Sabatino, President at Eclairion.

Sabey Data Centers is a US multi-tenant data centre operator with a portfolio comprising over four million sqft of mission-critical space. The data centre solution provider said it specialises in scalable, custom-built data centre solutions known for their efficiency, low total cost of ownership, operational maturity, and sustained uptime.

Sabey said the partnership with Eclairion solidifies the data centre company’s commitment to delivering a consistent and engaging experience for its users, partners, and the wider industry.

“As our clients increasingly demand the additional capacity and power required from AI-based solutions, our alliances with Eclairion will enable us to flexibly and rapidly meet their needs. This partnership will benefit our companies, our users, and the environment as well,” said Rob Rockwood, President at Sabey Data Centers.

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Written by Mon 11 Mar 2024

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