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Jaguar Network launches the construction of a 3ᵉ DC in Lyon

on Friday, 06 November 2020 Posted in Archives Rezopole

Jaguar Network launches the construction of a 3ᵉ DC in Lyon

After acquiring DCforData and its datacenter in Limonest in 2018, Jaguar Network inaugurated its second datacenter called "Rock" a year later in the 8ᵉ district of Lyon. The operator and host, a B2B subsidiary of the Iliad Group, is today launching the construction of a third site.


This new facility will meet the exponential demand for data hosting in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, and thus preserve this sovereignty in the immediate vicinity. The aim is to immediately offer new, complementary services for pioneering sectors such as Industry 4.0 and e-Health.


The hosting architectures now spread over three active sites will make it possible to address requests from all over the Lyon metropolitan area and its region, while guaranteeing the diversification and security of the power supply.

Interconnected with leading international operators as well as national and regional operators, this new very high-speed communication node will support new uses and the city's transformation by optimizing connectivity.

Specializing in smartcity and the challenges of AI and big data, this new datacenter will be designed to create new partnerships with the ecosystem and open up new opportunities for a rapidly changing employment pool.


An announcement confirming the Iliad Group's investment in fiber optics as it aims to connect 100% of the companies in the AuRA region by 2024.

For Jaguar Network, this is the affirmation of its installation in France's second-largest economic region in connection with its historical market of SMEs, ETIs and large accounts. This prefigures the forthcoming arrival of the Iliad Group in the corporate market.



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Source : Datacenter Magazine





In Lyon, the battle for data centers has begun

on Monday, 07 January 2019 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives LyonIX

In Lyon, the battle for data centers has begun

These highly secure infrastructures have multiplied over the years. Indeed, ten years ago, the Lyon metropolitan area had only 1 data centre compared to 14 today. Behind this new market is a fierce financial battle.

The proof is in the fact that DCforData inaugurated its new DC just a few months ago in the 8ᵉ arrondissement of Lyon. With a surface area of 4,000 m² and already two rooms in use, "Rock" is one of the largest in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Its customers are mainly local authorities, large companies or digital service companies in the region. But the objective is also to attract national and even global firms.
Indeed, according to Nicolas Pitance, president of DCforData, "Lyon is located on a huge telecom artery. Everyone knows the Fourvière tunnel or the Part-Dieu station, well there is also a Telecom artery from north to south Europe towards Marseille." An opinion qualified by Samuel Triolet, director of Rezopole, "Lyon is not in an ideal geographical position [...] Paris is France, so we understand its appeal. In Marseille, many trans-Mediterranean and trans-oceanic fibres are exported to Africa, the Middle East and Asia. But in Lyon, there is no similar suction effect".

However, the value of storing these servers locally is very real. First of all, from a practical point of view, since a technical intervention will be much easier and faster if the data center is located close to the company. Second, it significantly reduces latency and data transmission time in a world where data protection is becoming increasingly important. And finally, the pooling of infrastructures allows companies to make savings. "It is important for French companies to host their services on national territory because it is a sovereign hosting: companies remain subject to French data control legislation, i.e. legislation that is stricter than in the United States and their Patrioct Act" confirms Cyrille Frantz Honegger, Director of Regional Relations at SFR. This telecom giant owns the "Net Center" data center located in Vénissieux on a 7,000 m² surface.

However, there is another threat to companies: hacking and data theft.
"The data center protects against people entering the building. But it is the people who run the servers who manage computer security [...] Attempts at intrusion by hackers, even we are permanently blocked! " explains Hervé Gilquin, a researcher in applied mathematics and in charge of a DC at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Lyon. This school and other public institutions have chosen to store internally. Since 2017, the ENS has had its own data centre connected to the Renater network, a research telecommunications network, in order to keep the data produced as close as possible. "Researchers are developing, we have to do daily work on the site, and with all the calculations we do, our servers are in permanent operation, it would be too expensive for us to outsource," adds Hervé Gilquin.

Indeed, these CDs and the resulting requirement are very expensive. The owners of these centres rely on private and public investment, even if the latter are relatively recent. "The metropolis took time to understand the economic interest of a data centre [...] For years, Lyon's economic players were convinced that it did not create jobs. But without a local data center, the companies will first export their IT management, then finance, then marketing and finally sales", explains Samuel Triolet. Nicolas Pitance, for his part, ironicizes "Let's say that it's not as visible and selling as a football stadium".
A strategic change of direction since, according to a study carried out by Cisco, the storage capacity of data centers should be doubled by 2021. This will further increase the ambitions of companies in this sector....




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Source : Médiacités





Aperezo 35 with DCforDATA

on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives LyonIX

Aperezo 35 with DCforDATA

Rezopole in partnership with DCforDATA organizes the Aperezo 35 on Thursday, December 17th at the B-52 restaurant in Dardilly, opening at 6:30 pm. Come to meet the DCforDATA team as well as the regional IT sector professionals around a cocktail reception, in a pleasant and friendly environment.

Register now!*


Register to the Aperezo #35



On this occasion DCforDATA offers you the opportunity to visit its data center!



Register to the Aperezo #35 and the 7:00 PM visit




Register to the Aperezo #35 and the 7:30 PM visit



About DCforDATA


DCforDATA is a next generation Datacenter that enables businesses from the Rhone Alpes region to benefit from high availability services. Up to now this kind of infrastructure was limited to big cities, it is now possible to get it in the region. In a market where companies focus on their core business, DCforDATA is the outsourcing or backup solution. Thanks to its cold aisle technology and to the variety of telecom networks, companies can benefit from a economic and scalable solution. Reactivity, professionalism and performance are the characteristics given by their customers.



*Registration to our events is open to the members of the Rezopole Association. If you are not a member yet, register here, it is free !

Photo Album - LyonIX 3 inauguration

on Friday, 27 June 2014 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives LyonIX

Photo Album - LyonIX 3 inauguration

Rezopole inaugurated the third point of presence of its LyonIX 3 infrastructure on June 24th in 2014. More than 120 persons participated in the event, organized in the Lyon Congress center. 80 persons visited LyonIX 3 located in the DCforDATA datacenter in Limonest. The photo album is available on this link.


Crédit photos : Alina Petrescu


Inauguration Point de Présence LyonIX 3

on Wednesday, 28 May 2014 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives LyonIX

Inauguration Point de Présence LyonIX 3

Rezopole-LyonIX is inaugurating its third POP in Lyon: LyonIX 3 on the 24th of June. We have planned for this day several visits of the DCforDATA datacenter in Limonest where LyonIX 3 is hosted. Moreover, we are organizing a conference at the Congres Center in Lyon on the theme: "The value and benefits of a local Internet Infrastructure (IXP)". Finally, the official inauguration speeches and a cocktail dinner party will take place on the terrace of the complex.


Register for the POP LyonIX 3 inauguration


11h-16h: LyonIX 3 POP visits at DcforDATA (Limonest).


16h-18h: Conference "The value and benefits of a local Internet Infrastructure (IXP)"


18h-21h: official speeches and cocktail dinner party on the Roseraie terrace

Officiel web site

All informations related to the event are available on the official web site:


13 des 18 DataCenters commerciaux lyonnais sont raccordés sur LyonIX

on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives LyonIX

Rezopole a réalisé en Open Street Map une carte des DataCenters de la région lyonnaise. Sur un total de 18 Datacenters, 13 sont membres interconnectés sur l'infrastructure Internet LyonIX. 

"Le fait que la majorité des DCs lyonnais soient connectés sur LyonIX prouve bien que la présence d'un noeud d'échange (IXP) est importante pour le bon développement de la filière numérique d'un territoire. L'activité des DataCenters continuent de s'étendre sur Lyon, et la région Rhône-Alpes avec non seulement des extensions dans les centres existants, mais aussi avec de nouveaux projets de centres d'hébergement informatiques qui devraient voir le jour dans les mois à venir sur tout le territoire régional. On assiste d'ailleurs au même phénomène sur les autres villes où Rezopole a créer des IXP dans la région Rhône-Alpes : Grenoble, St Etienne, Valence. Tous les Datacenters viennent également se connecter sur nos noeuds d'échange locaux" déclare Samuel Triolet, directeur de Rezopole.

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Les data centers connectés sur LyonIX sont :

Business Geografic, CFI_SHD, Colt, Completel, DCforData, Elb Netissime, Fmi, Lasotel, Maxnod, One System, SFR, Volvo IT.

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