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“We share the commitment for an open cloud ecosystem in Europe that supplies flexibility, transparency and puts data control directly in the hands of the users.”
OVHcloud, a leading non-hyperscale provider of data centre services, has been hard at work making repairs following the fire that destroyed a data centre in Strasbourg last month, bringing power and services back online and making plans to accommodate customers affected by the fire.
One of Europe’s leading TV streaming providers has shifted its IT infrastructure into the bowels of a wind turbine in a pioneering project testing the concept.
Germany’s Zattoo, a platform used by over 3 million users a month, worked with wind energy innovator on WestfalenWIND on the migration, which is now live and handling millions of gigabytes of content delivery.
Heavyweights from across the European data centre ecosystem today formalised a far-reaching sustainability agenda in a landmark moment for the much-scrutinised sector.
The public cloud giants pocketed record revenues in 2020 as global lockdowns sent cloud consumption into overdrive. While Amazon, Microsoft and Google cashed in billions, the lower tiers of Europe’s IT service providers struggled to capitalise on an unprecedented opportunity to halt the hyperscaler march to cloud dominance, new research has revealed.