Juniper Networks announced that Greenergy Data Centers (GDC) has deployed Juniper’s data center and AI-driven solutions to support its business and data center operations in the Baltics.
The GDC data center is a 14,500-square-meter, 31.5-megawatt facility. The Juniper network supports the company’s integrated building and power management system, with thousands of telemetry sensors that facilitate the delivery of reliable power. Hundreds of motion-activated thermal cameras connect to the network in support of GDC’s efforts to provide the highest levels of physical security.
GDC relies on Juniper for its access network. Mist AI offers the organization visibility into its wireless network and an easier way to build and configure the network, resulting in less cost, increased productivity, improved efficiency and reduced errors.
Juniper Access Points and Juniper EX Switches deliver reliable connectivity in Greenergy’s network operations center, day-use client offices, assembly rooms and warehouse. Juniper cloud services, driven by Mist AI, streamline and automate most network operations.
GDC uses Juniper QFX Series Switches for its core network, the Juniper vSRX Virtual Firewall for next-generation, virtualized firewall services, and the Juniper vMX Universal Routing Platform for carrier-grade, virtualized routing.
“GDC attracts more technology-driven businesses to the region while minimizing the environmental impact of digitalization. We always look for vendor partners that also focus on sustainability, and we chose Juniper for that reason coupled with its highly reliable networking,” Aivar Karu, Chief Information Officer, Greenergy Data Centers, said in a news statement.