Lithuania Plans For Four Data Centres Aggregating Around $5.6m

The Lithuanian Ministry of Defence is planning to install four state-owned data centres in Vilnius and Kaunas, Lithuania in the next two years.

According to reports from local Lithuanian news outlet, Verslo Zinios, the first two data centres in Vilnius should be operational by the end of this year.

It was also reported that the total investment in all four data centre facilities will amount to around $5.6m, and the Ministry of National Defence is set to install them to support the European Union.

Data Economy reached out to the Lithuanian Ministry of Defence for more details on the four new facilities, to which they are yet to respond.

The report added that the data centre premises in Kaunas is not yet prepared, with the decision to purchase equipment for the data centre predicted to commence in August.

The Lithuanian Ministry of Defence is planning to install four state-owned data centres in Vilnius and Kaunas, Lithuania in the next two years.

According to reports from local Lithuanian news outlet, Verslo Zinios, the first two data centres in Vilnius should be operational by the end of this year.

It was also reported that the total investment in all four data centre facilities will amount to around $5.6m, and the Ministry of National Defence is set to install them to support the European Union.

Data Economy reached out to the Lithuanian Ministry of Defence for more details on the four new facilities, to which they are yet to respond.

The report added that the data centre premises in Kaunas is not yet prepared, with the decision to purchase equipment for the data centre predicted to commence in August.

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