Ireland is cool in its climate and hence it is a hot property for data centers. Data servers need to be kept cool and that is much cheaper to do if the average temperature is between 40-60° F year round. Many tech conglomerates view Ireland’s climate perfectly conducive to a data center’s cooling needs. The crisp ambience lends itself really well, so there is less conditioning needed for data center use. That just implies better cost effectiveness and power usage effectiveness.
Leveraging Ireland’s inherent climate is only one of the reasons why it is the new hotspot for the ever-growing list of tech giants such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, IBM among others. Here are some market competitive reasons:
With global tech leaders exploring avenues in Ireland, Rahi Systems seized the opportunity to provide data center support and opened its second office in Limerick, Ireland. Rahi has secured key enterprise business not just among global companies but also companies native to Ireland with customized data center solutions.
The above picture was taken during the official opening of Rahi Systems, Ireland office at The National Technology Park (L-R) Mary-Ann Ryan, European Inside Sales Manager, Marcus Doran, Director of Sales Rahi Europe, Tom Neville TD, Member of Irish Parliament
“Rahi Systems is a data center solutions provider. We work with our customers to understand their needs and provide what is right for their business,” said Marcus Doran, Director of Sales for Rahi Europe. “We offer state-of-the-art infrastructure solutions from leading vendors to improve the customer’s IT efficiency in their business.”
The new office is strategically located in the South West of Ireland, servicing Rahi’s technology and financial sector customers in Ireland. Rahi Systems has built a network of local integration facilities, in-house logistics and import clearing facilities that spans across five continents. Through its physical presence and network of strategic partners, Rahi Systems reduces the cost, complexity and risk of global data center deployments and enables customers to purchase technology solutions locally from a single provider.