Orange logoTo meet the growing demands of French IT, Orange, has built another data center in Northern France to host data and services for business consumers and the general public. The said data center will also play a role in the development of Orange’s cloud computing products and to support the company’s own IT operations.

The new data center, also known as “Normandie” is about 5,000 square meters of space for infrastructure in a 16,000 sqm building in Val-de-Reuli, France. Orange has 16 data center in France and 50 around the world.

Orange is a representative of France Telecom. France Telecom provides mobile telephony, broadband, and business connectivity services.

 

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