Data security from Germany. Protected by reinforced concrete. Therefore, absolutely safe.
Data security from Germany. Protected by reinforced concrete and redundancy. Therefore, absolutely safe.
From both a data protection and construction perspective, your IT is in absolutely safe hands with us. The 24/7 property protection by our security service prevents unwanted access and the building is protected by reinforced concrete and the best technology.
We offer you data protection made in Germany. Our server is not located in the USA or elsewhere, but is operated here on site by us as a medium-sized contractual partner. With all the benefits included.
p>All safety-related components are duplicated — if one component fails, all safety functions are maintained.
Data is always stored in two or more locations in a database or data storage system, or in multiple geographically remote systems.
Our building structure is fireproof and waterproof; we use non-combustible materials in the interior. In addition, we operate an effective cooling and power supply system with emergency power supply.
30-centimeter-thick reinforced concrete walls protect what’s important to you: Your data. A steel door that is just as 30 centimeters thick and weighs tons denies outsiders access and turns the wind turbine into a high-security wing.
Certification to ISO 27001 confirms the effectiveness of our information security management system (ISMS) according to globally recognized standards.
Of course, the EU-wide guidelines according to DSGVO are also ensured. Our data centers are also built to Tier III/VK 3 TÜV standards.
What happens if the wind does not blow? Then we get the electricity for our windCORES from other wind farms, or from solar and hydroelectric power plants.
It is not possible to see from the outside of a wind turbine whether it is also being used as a data center. Thus, the hidden location is also an important factor for the security of your data.
1,2 MB | PDF
You want to make your IT sustainable and the
windCORES concept has aroused your interest? I look forward to hearing from you.