IBM today announced that it has been selected by Slovak Telekom to build a new data centre in Bratislava, Slovakia. IBM will support Slovak Telekom, one of Slovakia's largest telco providers, in ensuring that the new facility benefits from the latest green technologies for power and cooling. The data centre, planned to begin operation in 2011, will enable Slovak Telekom to meet increasing demand for data centre services from technology hosting, through business continuity to disaster recovery.
"IBM is a partner which, thanks to its wealth of experience in data centres and Green IT, is helping us to strengthen our position in the field of complex telecommunication solutions," said Miroslav Majoros, President & CEO of Slovak Telekom. "Working with IBM, we will create the most modern data center in Slovakia which will allow us to offer outsourcing services of superior quality while significantly decreasing costs and energy consumption."
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