Rosenergoatom JSC acquired DPC Xelent

An integrator of commercial data center infrastructure and a subsidiary of Rosenergoatom Concern (part of Rosatom's Electric Power Division), Atomdata-Center has completed the acquisition of the St. Petersburg data center Xelent as part of an open tender. The data center was purchased at the initial lot price of 1997.6 million rubles.

DPC Xelent has been on the market since January 2014 and is one of the ten largest data centers in Russia. The current capacity is 984 racks (954 of which are commercial), and the total grid connection capacity is 10 MW (that could be expanded to up to 14 MW). This is the first commercial data center in St. Petersburg that's been certified according to the Tier III Design standard.

The acquisition of Xelent was carried out within the framework of the Program for the development of a geo-distributed and disaster-resistant data center network of Rosatom. Rosatom has already put into commercial operation the Kalininsky data center in Udomlya, Tver region, in 2019. The DPC is located near the Kalinin NPP and has a capacity of 48 MW. It is one of the largest data centers in Russia and Europe. In 2020, the construction of the Innopolis data center was launched; the data center has a total capacity of 16 MW and may become the largest in the Volga Federal District.

The capacities and infrastructure of the Xelent data center will be used both for the own needs of Rosenergoatom JSC and for existing and new commercial customers. More than 350 companies currently use the services of the DPC.

Sergey Nemchenkov, Director General of Atomdata-Center, noted: "Rosenergoatom's strategy for the development of the data center direction provides for entering the TOP-5 participants in the data center market by 2025. North-West is among the priority regions of presence, both in terms of our internal needs and from a commercial perspective. Acquisition of a ready-made data center of the of Xelent level will allow us to implement our strategic tasks as

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