With its particular data center equipped with an environmentally responsible cooling system, the French internet operator Céleste operates EMC PowerEdge servers from Dell. A virtuous combination that feeds a common ambition.
Here is Marilyn! If we do not see the connection with the American actress of the fifties, it is undoubtedly the image of her white dress raised by thewhich inspired the designers of this very particular French data center. Developed by the French operator Céleste, the building in the form of two large towers is designed to circulate the air in an optimized way, in order to reduce the of the data center. The heated air is reused in to heat buildings.
Inside the towers, the access provider todedicated to businesses relied on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers. This infrastructure was chosen to accommodate the new offer The Cloud by Céleste that the operator launches. The data therefore remain on French territory and this sovereignty goes hand in hand with the advantage of the platform cooling system. The server bays are powered by powerful, state-of-the-art AMD processors. An asset that makes it possible to operate the equivalent of around thirty old-generation servers on only six servers, according to Céleste.
Dell EMC PowerEdge servers powered by latest generation AMD processors constitute the latest offering. The Cloud by Céleste. © Dell Technologies
Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers for a Sovereign Cloud
By mobilizing a dedicated team and a common commercial partnership, Dell Technologies is fully associated with Céleste’s sovereign and eco-responsible ambition. It must be said that Dell has announced a very strong commitment toto nothing by 2050. A virtue in which Céleste participates with its patented cooling system, its networks devoid of in favor of optical fiber and the absence of batteries for its inverters. A gain of which does not leave client companies indifferent, since cooling alone can represent more than 50% of the electricity bill of a data center. In the end, Céleste’s installations and in particular these powerful Dell EMC PowerEdge servers benefit from savings of around 6 GWh per year, compared to other platforms.
Article produced in partnership with Dell Technologies