Portuguese telecommunication company Ar Telecom has revealed its plans for a new data center in Lisbon, Portugal. According to Eco, the telco wants to invest up to €10 million ($11.3m) in developing a 15,000 square feet (1,400 square meters) facility in Lisbon. Reports have it that the facilit...
Company: Altice Portugal (Portugal Telecom)
Region: Western Europe
The site is on 18.7 acres (75,500 sq m) where eventually four twin buildings will be built in different phases eventually allowing for 3 acres (12,000 sq m) of white space. The entire project, once complete, will feature four block-like data center structures spanning 75,500 square meters - about 800,000 square feet.
Covilhã was chosen for the location because it’s the coldest place in Portugal.