In-Site joins the Open Hub Med project
After designing the Carini Data Center, the company acquired a 4.76% stake in the consortium, bringing with it all of its considerable expertise.
Created for the purpose of offering international telecommunications companies a multi-stakeholder model for the exchange of Internet traffic in the Mediterranean area, Open Hub Med comprises, besides In-Site, ten other specialised telecommunications companies: Eolo, Equinix, Fastweb, Interoute, Italtel, MIX, Retelit, SUPERNAP Italia, VueTel and XMED. In-Site has acquired a 4.76% shareholding in Open Hub Med, placing its decidedly significant expertise in the design of data centers at the service of the consortium.
Valeria Rossi, president of Open Hub Med, commented: “We are pleased to welcome In-site into the Open Hub Med project, because it will give us a different and original perspective. Furthermore, having a company like In-Site as one of our partners is a demonstration of the very high level of attention that Open Hub Med pays to the Data Center industry. Our goal, moreover, is to provide telecommunications providers throughout the world with a hub based on cutting-edge technology and the concept of energy saving”.
Pietro Matteo Foglio, CEO & Founder of In-Site, said: “We are proud and honoured to join the Open Hub Med consortium and be part of this ambitious, modern project. Open Hub Med represents a source of national pride and we want to bring into it all of our expertise in the integrated design of highly technological infrastructures, thereby giving the consortium an added value – not only for the design of the Data Center at Carini, but also for the development of the project as a whole”.