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Impressions of the Opening Event at the Rechenzentrum Berlin-Mahlsdorf

On Tuesday, June 14, 2022, the opening ceremony of our new and third Berlin Data Center (BER3) took place in Berlin-Mahlsdorf.

More than 100 participants from all over Germany came to the new sustainable data center location in Berlin. Both Christoph Streit (CEO ScaleUp) and Alex Bakker, CEO of Penta Infra spoke greetings.
The afternoon presentations covered a wide range of topics around digitization and automation, the location and importance of the capital region, as well as the central topic of the day "sustainable digitization". For example, Max Schulze (Founder of the SDIA) on the connection between the use of green energy and previously unused waste heat in data centers, as well as on extending the product life cycle of hardware and data center infrastructure. Further speakers were Stefan Frenzel (OCP Foundation), Michael Pemp (Berlin Senate for Economy, Energy and Operations), Christian Kröger (BCIX), Patrick Scheel (Cloudical) and Karl Rabe. The main topics were thus the sustainable data center and the IT location Berlin.

Friederike Zelke from the the cloud report has written a nice summary about the event, which we would like to refer to. refer.

We are very pleased about the extraordinary interest in the new, sustainable data center location in Berlin. More events will follow, because the tasks and the need to talk about sustainable digitization are huge.


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