E-shelter Opens a New Data Center in Rüsselsheim

E-shelter is one of the infrastructure providers which plans, develops and operates data centers with high level of operational reliability and security. E-shelter is located in Frankfurt, Germany. E-shelter protects its high availability data centers with multi-level security systems and offers dedicated onsite services and control center. Some of the specialized business offered by E-shelter are leasing of data center and office space, operation of E-shelter and external data centers, planning and development of data centers and their technical infrastructures and security services.

E-Shelter has opened a new facility in Rüsselsheim, Germany. This data center is around 4, 500 sq feet in area and third facility of the company, it took around three years to complete this project and was opened on scheduled. E-Shelter has focused mainly on energy efficiency during designing of this data center. This plant uses hybrid exterior cooling system which is approximately 30% more efficient than conventional cooling systems. This new facility enhances serving space in European hub.

Rupprecht Rittweger, Founder and managing director of e-shelter said, “Thanks to its importance as a financial centre and international internet hub, Frankfurt is the leading place for DC-space in Europe and therefore our most important market. Our expansion in this region means we are not only able to respond to the increasing levels of demand, we can also offer our customers locations that are interconnected.”

Horst Weterfeld, CIO in the State of Hesse said, “With the IT systems of the State of Hesse, we have set ourselves the goal of taking on a leading role in Europe in this field. The company e-shelter sets standards with the performance and energy efficiency of its data centers, and is also a good example of the optimization of IT infrastructures.”

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