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Siemens Smart Infrastructure is supplying the first Tier IV-certified data center in the region of Paris, France. The “Thésée” data center will meet the highest industry standards for availability and energy efficiency. Siemens will install its White Space Cooling Optimization (WSCO) smart solution to optimize the building’s energy efficiency as well as the thermal protection of the server rooms by automatically adjusting the operation of the cooling systems.
Located in Aubergenville in the Paris region, the Thésée data center will occupy a 1000 m2 computer room building. The project is funded by French banking institute Caisse des Dépôts and real estate group Idec, with operations scheduled to start in the spring of 2021. In the long term, five more buildings will be added to the project. Siemens was chosen to install the cooling solution to increase the building’s energy efficiency, primarily by automatically adjusting the computer rooms’ cooling systems around the clock. The WSCO solution meets the particularly high cooling demands of the data center, leveraging artificial intelligence to optimize performance. When it comes to sustainability, Thésée aims to achieve a PUE (power usage effectiveness) coefficient of 1.2.