DataSpace of Russian Tier III has been finalized as the launching pad of Infobox’s cloud platform. It mainly selected the countries from the former Soviet Union. The company which is hosting the InfoboxCloud brand has chosen the Moscow data center as its primary operational area due to the regions vast compliance of Constructed Facility and Design Documentation with its Uptime Institute’s. The certificate of the Uptime Institute guarantees that the framework of the data center is simultaneously sustainable.
Under the brand name of InfoboxCloud since 2013, Infobox has been hosting cloud services on the platform of Parallels Automation. The main reason to choose DataSpace is that, it has an overabundance to run its facility in a complete operational mode with an extremely well organized plan to execute maintenance, repair or replacement of important components of the infrastructure without affecting its load.
The maximum limit of Infobox’s downtime service operation is locked at 1.6 hours per year. Aleksey Bakhtiarov, CEO of Infobox has insisted that his company’s main criteria would be to host Infobox cloud in the most secure possible way. He has also stated that their partners can easily make custom solutions without escalating the cost for the end user. The CEO of DataSpace, David Hammer has said that InfoboxCloud is a first of its kind Russian enterprise-class cloud for masses. He further gone on record stating that he is very satisfied with the performance of InfoBox and would be delighted to see them attain a great height which can now compete with Linux Virtual Server made by PhotonVPS.com.
The Russian allocation department has provided DataSpace with a land of 3,000 sq m in the heart of Moscow. The center is 15 minutes from the Kremlin and has 12 data halls for 1,100 racks. This year, in the month of January Data Center Dynamics have noticed a relatable deceleration in the investment sector of Russia’s data center industry and in also the value of new white space has gone down according to DCD, the research division of DatacenterDynamics. A growth rate of 9% has been noticed in the 12 months to June 2013 against a higher growth rate of 32% in the previous year. Just replicating its image, Russia’s data center white space growth rate fell from 15% to 8% in the 12 months to June 2013.
Majority of the operators and owners of the data center were questioned at the 2013 DCD Converged event in Moscow. There believe is that the present deceleration in the sector and in a wide spread economy would be temporary. In Russia, there are almost 63.5 million internet users, making it Europe’s largest internet market.