Completion of DATA CENTER 3.1 - GTS Romania

Data-Center-GTSTema Energy has completed, at the end of 2013, the works to expand DC 3, the largest GTS Data Center, located in Bucharest.

With a total area of 244 sqm, it has been delivered turn-key by Tema Energy’s teams.

The room was equipped with Liebert Hiross Emerson professional air-conditioning equipment of x kW equipped with humidity control, but also with redundant power supply installation, floating floors and other setup works.

The power back-up will be provided by 600 kVA Riello UPSs and a Perkins 660 kVA generator installed by our teams in 2009, for the first phase of the arrangement of the Data Center.

At the same time, racks and PDUs for populating with IT equipment were provided, as well as hot/cold air aisle in order to improve the power consumptions.

The work was carried out over the course of about three months, also including design, consultancy and testing/commissioning activities.

The previous GTS Data Centers’ setup stages took place between 2006-2009, when the DC 2 and DC 3 halls in Bucharest were completed.

Later, in 2013, due to increasing demand from its customers, GTS decided to expand DC 3 by about 70 additional sqm, highlighting the company’s tendency to expand on the Romanian colocation and cloud services market.

Founded in 2002, Tema Energy has become in recent years one of the best known companies specializing in turnkey arrangement of Data Centers. Representative clients in this area include Star Transmission – Daimler Romania (2 Data Centers), Intrarom – the Ministry of Justice (2 Data Centers), Appnor MSP or Wipro Technologies.

GTS is one of the most representative internet, colocation and cloud service companies in Romania, being part of the GTS Central Europe Group and reporting a turnover of over 20 million Euro in 2012.