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A MAJOR MILESTONE in the recent development of [dc]2was its partnership with "Svobodnye Tekhnologii Inzhiniring" in the management team of the Key Point Group project, which is establishing the first operator-neutral regional data center network in Russia. Plans to construct 35 data centers within the next five years in all federal districts of Russia were announced in June 2022, shortly before the flagship site in Vladivostok (TOR "Nadezhinskaya") became operational on February 1, 2023. This facility boasts a total capacity of 880 IT racks, implemented in two phases of 400 IT racks each. Similar facilities, ranging from 400 to 1,200 racks in capacity, are set to emerge in Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, and Stavropol. The scale of Data Centers in 30 more Russian cities will be determined based on local specifics and the demand for network services.

This development marked a significant moment, commemorating the conclusion of the company's first 15 years of operation. More details about the company, its team, and its mission can be found in Alexander Martynyuk's anniversary interview in the IKS magazine.

"- How has the Data Center market evolved over the past 15 years?
– The market has seen an increase in both the number and size of projects. While earlier Data Centers typically consisted of around 200 racks or even fewer, contemporary projects involve up to four thousand racks. Currently, we have nearly a dozen projects with a combined capacity of approximately 300 MW.
– What are the current priorities?
– ...Our first priority is to recruit individuals with the same high levels of professionalism and personal qualities as our current team members. Maintaining our collaborative atmosphere is vital; over the past 15 years, we've experienced no conflicts within the team, and everyone is always ready to assist one another.
Our second priority is enhancing the complexity of the services we offer. For instance, we now conduct calculations for mechanical and electrical systems, as well as their modeling. This work involves a significant intellectual component and necessitates specialized software. Thus, we must elevate the quality of our toolset".


Alexander Martynyuk, the team leader of [dc]2, frequently shares his knowledge with industry peers by participating in industry events and providing expert insights in relevant editorial materials.

TV - BLOG Pro Data Center – a new form of marketing activity for [dc]2, and its partner, "Svobodnye Tekhnologii Inzhiniring", which is building an ambitious data center in the Russian Far East. The show is hosted by Evgeny Virtser (CEO of STI) and Alexander Martynyuk (Head of [dc]2) and invites industry experts to discuss topics related to the data center service industry. So far, the show has featured:

  • Yuri Samoylov, Vice President for Infrastructure Development at PJSC "MTS" (broadcast on 10/24/2022): The guest shared his perspective on changing approaches to Data Center creation and market trends in data centers. The conversation covered the transformation of customer profiles and the most in-demand services.  
  • Evgeny Virtser and Alexander Martynyuk (broadcast on 09/30/2022): The hosts discussed the outcomes of Key Point's participation in the Eastern Economic Forum. They delved into the significant shift of government and everyday services to the digital realm, emphasizing the demand for overcoming the digital deficit and ensuring the stability of computing complexes. They also explored the concept of a regional data center network.
  • Sergey Mischuk, Technical Director of DataLine (broadcast on 07/05/2022): The conversation revolved around DataLine's approach to building Data Centers. They discussed how the current equipment situation has affected the company's operations and how DataLine's maintenance service maintains a high level of reliability for its clients. The discussion also touched on legal and financial risks in the modern context and how the company handles personnel issues.
  • Denis Afanasyev, General Director of MMTS-9 and Deputy General Director of RTK-DC. (broadcast on 06/01/2022): The discussion was about the history of MMTS-9's development, its uniqueness, and the characteristics of working with telecommunications operators. They also talked about the transformation of technological chains and what can drive the development of the Data Center industry.
  • Tatyana Tolmacheva, Co-Founder of IKS-Consulting, Director of Projects (broadcast on 05/11/2022): The participants discussed the evolutionary changes in the Data Center industry and assessed its potential. They explored the differences between the data center market and other IT services markets and focused on the tasks that IKS-Consulting and its clients are solving together.
  • Vitaly Nikolaev, Director of Data Center Infrastructure at Miran Data Center (broadcast on 04/26/2022): The conversation revealed the specific features of data centers with step-by-step availability. It examined how service levels of data centers are assessed and how they become valuable for clients. The discussion also addressed the challenges of talent shortage in the industry and the expectations regarding data center consolidation in the Russian market.
  • Alexey Solodovnikov, Uptime Institute Russia, Managing Director in Russia and the CIS (broadcast on 04/11/2022): The guest explained what motivates Data Centers to undergo Uptime Institute Russia certification. They discussed the development of the Russian commercial data center market, industry trends, and more.
  • Sergey Vyshemirsky, Technical Director of LLC "IKSELAREIT" (broadcast on 03/29/2022): The topics included the requirements that clients place on commercial data centers. They delved into the specifics of working with Russian customers and how the typical client profile has changed in the past two years. The conversation also covered what can accelerate the development of the Data Center market.
  • Ilya Khala, CEO of 3data Data Center Networks (broadcast on 03/08/2022) : The discussion uncovered the unique features of data centers with step-by-step availability. It explored how client demands for data center services have evolved and in what ways. The conversation also addressed talent shortages and how they are resolved in the industry.


  • IKS-Media conferences consistently garner high interest from both data center service providers and their target audience. The program for each such event is tailored to the specifics of the region where it takes place. Through the provided link, you can always find expert presentations from the [dc]2 company.
  • ANO KX Data Center training sessions are also in high demand among professionals responsible for data center operations and business unit leaders making decisions about data center services.

On October 23-24, 2023, within the framework of the 6th annual international conference and exhibition "Data Center & Cloud Kazakhstan" in Almaty Alexander Martynyuk  presented an analysis of the responsibilities of different project participants in creating Data Centers. The presentation on "Technical Consulting and Project Management" was shed light on strategies for reducing financial and operational risks during Data Center construction.

From October 3rd to 4th, 2023, at the Eurasia Data Center & Cloud Forum (in Tashkent) Alexander Martynyuk presented an analysis of the response logic to the question, "Sequentially or in parallel? What can be done simultaneously in a data center project for its success?" He also conducted a training session on "Analyzing Cases for Launching Data Center Projects: Racks/Capacity/Money/Time/Risks…"

On June 15, 2023, at the Data Center Conference in St. Petersburg, Alexander Martynyuk (Di Si Kvadrat) and Evgeny Virtser (STI) presented their concept of establishing a network of regional data centers as part of the long-term joint Key Point project. The presentation titled "Data Centers in the Regions: Waiting is Not an Option, Building is. Version 2.023" focuses on the construction of a new facility in Novosibirsk.


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On July 10, 2023, [dc]2 company, along with its strategic partners, supported ComNews' initiative to release an analytical map titled "Key Commercial Data Centers in Russia and the CIS," which features the main colocation facilities in Belarus and Kazakhstan, as well as Russian cloud providers operating in the CIS.


- A ranking of the largest commercial data center operators in Russia and their expansion plans.
- Industry experts' opinions on the development trends of the Russian data center market and necessary industry support measures.
- Detailed characteristics of data centers that have been certified for reliability and fault tolerance according to Uptime Institute standards.
- Major commercial data centers in Belarus and Kazakhstan, and Russian cloud providers operating in the CIS. Learn more >>>

Key Point has commenced the construction of a data center in Novosibirsk -details of this significant project for the industry, in which [dc]2 provides technical consulting. In April 2023, construction of a data center with a capacity of 880 IT racks began at the Industrial Logistics Park of the Novosibirsk Region. The overall project capacity is 8 MW. The launch of the first phase is scheduled for December 2023. Like all data centers in the Key Point group, this new data center will undergo Uptime Institute certification for Tier III reliability.

The construction of this data center was initiated in June of the previous year when the Key Point group of companies announced a project to create a regional data center network, which includes the construction of facilities in more than 30 cities in Russia over the next 6 years. The groundbreaking ceremony for the future data center (Data Center) took place on April 11. The general designer and contractor for the project is "Svobodnye Tekhnologii Inzhiniring."


РRegional data centers are the best investment object, according to A. Martynyuk. He notes that interest in their services is steadily increasing, but state support is required to maintain growth rates, as the 20% annual interest rates on loans significantly extend the payback period.


The series of publications "Learning to Build Data Centers" helps you understand the optimal creation and operation of data centers.

Learning to Build Data Centers: Undesirable Neighbors A. Martynyuk shares his experience on a timely topic, as he has dealt with "well-located" sites that had to be rejected.

Learning to Build Data Centers: How Much Space is Needed for a Data Center A. Martynyuk talks about the issue of properly placing IT systems in a data center.


IKS No. 01-02/2017 Alexander Martynyuk invites you to find an answer to the question "Data Center Tender: Who Chooses and Who Will Be Responsible?" Any tender conducted as part of data center creation is a serious, independent project with limited time and resources but not allowing haste or bias in decision-making.

IKS No. 7-8/2017 Alexander Martynyuk and A. Shmatalyuk. Calculation and Use of KPI in Data Center Construction. The construction of data centers involves numerous participants, each of whom has their interests and important performance indicators to control. In this article, we will look at the key performance indicators (KPI) of the two main participants in this process - the customer and the general contractor.

In IKS No. 7-8/2017 in the "Opinion" section, read an article by A. Martynyuk. Prefab Data Centers are like premium-class cars. If you only have enough money for a VAZ car, you'll have to buy "Zhiguli." But with the means available, it's better to drive a more comfortable car. Alexander Martynyuk, Executive Director of Di Si Kvadrat, holds the same view on data centers.

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IKS No. 3-4/2015 Editorial materials from the conference include a report on Alexander Martynyuk's presentation "How Not to Overpay When Building a Data Center". In this presentation, he emphasizes the need for a data center to be built with the principle of sufficiency in mind. This means setting priorities and selecting project partners wisely based on the task at hand.

IKS No. 11-2014 Editorial article titled "Standardization and Standardization of Data Centers: From Design to Operation" (by E. Volynkin), where Alexander Martynyuk's opinion is highlighted: "...problems with project management remain, and the reduction of time and costs for design is particularly concerning. Three months for a data center with complex infrastructure is too short, and the lack of a complete project can lead to significant problems during the implementation phase. Typically, the cost of design constitutes 5-10% of the total data center creation costs, and customers should be aware of this because, as Alexander Martynyuk warns, contractors often underestimate these costs in the expectation of compensation during the supply and installation stage by 'loyal' manufacturers. This can lead to subsequent unforeseen expenses to correct errors and construction delays."

IKS No. 6-7, 2014 In an editorial piece titled "Data Center Hegemony" (by E. Volynkin), there's a comment: "As emphasized by Alexander Martynyuk, the CEO of Di Si Kvadrat, the creator of a data center needs to find a unique balance for each facility between conflicting parameters like reliability, cost, and scalability. This is a challenging task, but the effectiveness of the money spent on the data center and its total cost of ownership over ten years depend on this balance (serious customers are currently considering such timeframes)."

CNews, 28/01/2014 reports the closure of the project to create the largest national data center (ERCD of Rostelecom): "In the case of Rostelecom, construction never got off the ground. The design was completed, and the Uptime Institute Tier III Design certificate was obtained, former project director of Rostelecom's Unified Distributed Data Center (ERCD) Alexander Martynyuk told CNews."


Uptime Journal - May 2013

A popular industry publication, produced under the auspices of the Uptime Institute, published an extensive project overview of the Unified Distributed Data Center (DNODC) of OAO "Rostelecom."


The article is authored by the founder of [dc]2, Alexander Martynyuk, who has been the project leader since December 2011. He discusses the business prerequisites for the project, the main tenets of this unconventional technological concept, and the peculiarities of designing the central hub of the DNODC.


Readers of the May 2013 issue learn that "In developing the basic concept, Rostelcom defined initial requirements for its DNODC and developed requirements for its engineering solutions:

- The main 37-MVA data center capacity will be deployed in Moscow in existing factory buildings.

- Modular design that will allow Rostelcom to ramp up operations in stages, without the cost of building and maintaining space until it is needed.

- DNODC nodes in federal districts will follow the standard modular design of the main data center.

- Both the main Moscow facility and the regional data centers will comprise standard 1.5-MW, 600-square meter (m²) halls housing approximately 200 racks each.

- The Moscow facility will house 15 data halls and 3000 m² in a dedicated 11,600 m²-industrial building, which is fully supplied with its own power. The planned fi rst phase of the project includes three 1.5-MW data halls.

- The project provides for increasing power density, because Rostelcom believes that new generations of IT-equipment and information systems will increase compute density and the electric power consumed by each data hall."


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IKS No. 04 - 2012 -I nternational and domestic practices in the "modular data center" class were reflected in the publication by A. Martynyuk and I. Anisimov titled "Modernization of Classic Data Center Construction: Modular Data Centers".

CNews - Overview "IT Market 2011Insufficient business size and limited staff can often be reasons why a company doesn't meet the conditions of tender documentation. "If the requirements specify a turnover of $100 million or a staff of 150 people, then indeed, this can become an obstacle. Such requirements are motivated either by the volume of work or by a broad geographic coverage," says Alexander Martynyuk, Managing Director of the consulting company "DiSi Kvadrat."


IKS No. 05 - 2011 Changes in the requirements for equipping facilities for computing technology are traced in A. Martynyuk's article, "From Machine Rooms to Data Centers: The Evolution of Technological Platforms".

IKS No. 3 - 2011 The article "Balancing Expenditure and Revenue in Optimizing Energy Consumption in a Data Center", dedicated to reducing energy consumption costs through optimization of the conditioning system, is available at authors, Jerry Gallaher (Executive Director and President of Total Site Solutions) and Alexander Martynyuk (General Director of DiSi Kvadrat), analyze ways to optimize energy consumption in operational data centers.

CNews 28/04/2011 - нnews about the construction of DataSpace data centers, in which Alexander Martynyuk shared his expert opinion: The CEO of the consulting company "DiSi Kvadrat," Alexander Martynyuk, believes that as a player in the DSP data center market, it is still "known primarily on credit." "The fact that UTI certified their data center project on Shchukinskaya Street indicates the company's high ambitions and the level of technical solutions embedded in the project," the expert says. "I believe that this data center, potentially, can significantly influence the redistribution of market shares in the data center market and increase interest in the quality of services provided in the market as a whole". More:


IKS Journal No. 12 highlights the problem of team formation in data center projects involving specialists in various areas such as energy, climate control, information and technical security, fire safety, ICT systems and equipment, low-voltage systems, structured cabling systems, and construction. When discussing work-related matters, each of them uses entirely different arguments, terminology, and refers to different regulations and documents. At first glance, these statements may seem contradictory, although each opponent seems to be correct. How to avoid resembling the characters in Krylov's famous fable in such a situation? How to develop a unified vision of the project task in the shortest possible time, prepare a high-quality technical specification, and ensure the qualified selection of project executors?

Let's consider a typical chain of events for a corporate customer's new data center project. Not in the version "as usual," but in the variant "as it should be" - let's be optimists.

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CNews Magazine (print issue No. 51) published an article titled "Data Center: Healthy Nutrition Recipes", written by experts from the company [dc]2 at the request of the editorial board. The authors set the tone for the article: "... in recent years, the relationship between the quality of energy supply and business success has become so obvious that even those who are far from physics are forced to expand the boundaries of their knowledge in this subject area. The choice of solutions and equipment for power supply systems receives great attention, in part because of their cost. In many projects, this cost accounts for tens of percent of the budget, and sometimes exceeds half of it. When discussing this topic, we pursue two interrelated goals: to help maximize the effective use of funds when purchasing such systems and to obtain the optimal technical effect from the investments made." You can read the full PDF version of the publication at this link (see page 71) or in print in CNews #51 (page 69).

IKS Journal No. 01-02, 2010 published an article by A. Martynyuk titled "IT System Relocation…", in which practical advice is provided on the organization of equipment migration from one facility to another.

Here are some quotes from the publication: "In the overwhelming majority of cases, businesses want the migration to have as little impact as possible on the operation of critical applications. Ideally, the information system should not stop. If this is impossible, the interruption should not exceed the minimum permissible interval, which, depending on the professional specifics of the customer and the cost of downtime, can range from a few tens of seconds to several hours. Therefore, the first rule and the first step in planning migration should be internal research, the goal of which is to understand the possibility/impossibility of stopping IT-dependent business processes. Based on this, priorities are set, and a conceptual migration scenario is developed."

...Equipment migration is a separate major project, during its implementation, each participant - from CIO to the security guard - operates within a strict regimen and must know exactly what, when, and how he or she is doing it. Due to the influence of the tiniest details on the final result, as well as the thoroughness of all steps and the coordination of actions of all people involved in the project before, during, and after the migration procedure, the process of migrating IT equipment from one facility to another can be compared to the ceremony of the Olympic Games opening or a presidential inauguration. Therefore, it should be approached accordingly."

You can read the full publication at this link:


The popular internet resource CNnews published an analytical article by Alexander Martynyuk titled "Creating Data Centers in Russia: Common Mistakes". This article examines design miscalculations and organizational aspects that influence the success of data center creation and operation projects.

In this article, the author draws attention to the fact that, "A well-developed business concept for the future data center provides a basis for creating a conceptual data center plan – a unified set of solutions designed to ensure the specified data center operation mode. Typical design mistakes include the following: planning infrastructure solutions without considering the 'hot' and 'cold' aisle principle, ignoring various technological, structural, and ergonomic nuances (the need for an airlock, ramps, low doors, high ceilings, etc.), inefficient planning of ancillary rooms for staff, incorrect determination of the dimensions of racks, insufficient attention to data center waterproofing, having a single cable entry into the building, combining communication cables from two or more routes, physical equipment placement restrictions due to systems being 'built on the go,' unjustified deviation from corporate standards in favor of cheaper but unfamiliar solutions to the client's staff, and unjustified overestimation of requirements based on the unlikely installation of a large amount of high-density equipment."

The full version of the article is available at this link:


"Questions about the rational and reliable energy supply of a data center traditionally belong to the most discussed topics among IT specialists, engineering systems operation staff, and others... In the last two to three years, representatives of business units have shown an increasingly tangible interest in this subject area.

...The ability to see not only immediate benefits but also how these benefits will manifest in the long run is one of the most important indicators of project success. What's the point, for example, in saving on an uninterruptible power supply system by not dividing it into two autonomous complexes - one for connecting primary equipment and the other for powering engineering systems? IT and telecommunications equipment, which are highly sensitive to voltage fluctuations in the network, will be at risk of unplanned shutdown or restart every time large elements of the engineering infrastructure, i.e., powerful energy consumers, are turned on. However smooth this process may be, it is always a source of adverse effects on the primary equipment. As a result, apparent savings can lead to extended downtime and financial losses, both direct and indirect."

The full text of the publication is available in the print version of the "Connect No. 11" for 2009.


It may seem obvious: maintaining the viability of a data center should be organized in accordance with the capabilities of its engineering and network infrastructure. However, in practice, this is far from the case. It is particularly frustrating when all efforts to design and build a truly good data center are reduced to nothing in a matter of months due to the unprofessionalism of the operations department.

For a more detailed understanding of the issue, you can read Alexander Martynyuk's article "Four Questions for Data Centers" published in IKS No. 10, 2009.


In the thematic issue of the IKS journal No. 7-8, 2009 Alexander Martynyuk's article "Spending Wisely Means Saving" was published. In recent years, the global data center community has been concerned with energy conservation and cost savings in the construction and operation of data centers. In Russia, people like to talk about savings, especially now, with references to the crisis, but the effectiveness of real actions in this direction can be compared to patching potholes on our roads.

In the print version of "Financial Gazette. Expo" No. 3, you can read Alexander Martynyuk's article "What You Need to Know About Creating or Modernizing Data Centers," in which he discusses the knowledge required by top managers when deciding to undertake a significant project, such as a Data Center. The author examines four reliability categories of DCs and the appropriateness of their use by companies of different levels.


In an analytical overview on CNews [Enterprise IT Infrastructure 2008] data provided by Alexander Martynyuk was utilized. "By the beginning of 2010, I believe that the commercial value of outsourcing data centers in Moscow and the Moscow region will increase by approximately 50-70%. This will not be due to the appearance of a large number of rack spaces, as one might assume. With the introduction of the data centers I mentioned, new services focused on maintaining business quality will begin to develop more dynamically for Russia. Today, only a few are ready to offer such a model," says Alexander Martynyuk. >>>

In the catalog "Intelligent Bank", released by the publishing group Finance-Media just before the new year, you can read an article by A. Martynyuk ("Di C Square") and P. Ronzhin (VentrSpecStroy).

A report on a data center conference, held by the "Networks and Communication Systems" magazine on November 12, 2008 ("NCS" No. 13) contains several recommendations from the consulting company "Di C Square" on low-cost optimization of data center ownership during the operational stage. "Data center ownership costs are very high, so even saving a few percent amounts to significant money," noted Alexander Martynyuk in his presentation.>>>

The magazine "Networks and Communication Systems" No. 8 published a review [Heat Dissipation in Data Centers: Density or Area?], in which Alexander Martynyuk recommends selecting a maximum load of 12 kW as the optimal choice. "Experience shows that by correctly using energy-efficient sources and adhering to basic data center operation rules, it is possible to avoid the installation of additional elements of engineering infrastructure, which usually negatively impacts the project budget for data center modernization," he believes. The article also provides other recommendations from the general director of "Di C Square" based on practical experience of the company's specialists. >>>

In an editorial review of data centers [Construction for Data Centers], published in LAN magazine No. 6, Alexander Martynyuk, referring to the international standard TIA 942, highlights several requirements for data center premises that significantly differ from those imposed on business centers. These requirements include load-bearing capacity for data center floors, set at 1200-1500 kg/m2 for server rooms and 2500 kg/m2 for technical rooms, ceiling height (up to four meters, and preferably up to five meters), the height of the raised floor (at least 400 mm), and the absence of dust in the underfloor space, walls reinforced with bricks and reinforcement, and ceilings made of dust-free materials. >>>

The magazine "Connect! World of Communication" published an article by A. Martynyuk and P. Ronzhin [Data Center Climate: Diagnostics, Management, Optimization] in a thematic issue on data center matters. It provides explanations regarding the differences in requirements and technical solutions for server rooms of various sizes and different rack energy loads.

The magazine "InformKurierSvyaz" №7-8,dedicated to issues and prospects of the domestic data center market, published a series of materials reflecting the expert opinion of A. Martynyuk: Data Center Standardization and OptimizationData Centers in a Box, Container, and on WheelsData Centers = Electrification +, as well as his interview on the topic Who in Russia Needs Next-Generation Data Centers?

In LAN No. 7 an editorial review [Containerized Data Centers] was published, in which Alexander Martynyuk points out that when announcing containerized solutions, vendors do not always provide complete information about their equipment and functionality. It is sometimes "unexpectedly" revealed that additional equipment is required to launch a Micro Data Center since it is designed for 110V power, and for a fault-tolerant version, there must be available capacity on two cooling units. In addition, careful consideration should be given to the possibility of delivering non-standard spare parts promptly. >>>

In the journal "Director of Information Services" in issue #6-2008, readers were invited to discuss the challenges of supporting IT initiatives. In an article by Oleg Sedov titled [Supporters of IT Initiatives] Alexander Martynyuk's viewpoint was expressed: "In Russia, rare is the initiative implemented with consideration for the opinions of those who will be responsible for its execution," says Alexander Martynyuk, CEO of the consulting company "Di C Square." "As a result, a complex and costly system, which the IT manager worked so hard to 'push through,' remains idle simply because, during its configuration, they forgot to request information about the type of equipment connection, did not take into account the structural parameters of the room where the new device should be installed, or exceeded the allowable level of thermal load in the server room. I know many examples where, during an examination of an operational or recently commissioned data center, design, construction, and engineering equipment errors were identified, casting doubt on the declared level of resilience of the information system and telecommunications services".

In the journal "Networks and Communication Systems" #7 for 2008, an editorial article [Modern Technologies in Building Engineering Infrastructure] was published. In this article, the author, A. Barskov, refers to the opinion of Alexander Martynyuk, who acts as one of the market experts. He strongly recommends formulating requirements for specialized IT premises (large server rooms, cross-connects, data centers) at the stage of building project concept development since such a large and complex facility as a data center is difficult to fit "in the corner" at the very end of construction. Although the engineering systems of the data center should be designed within the project of the entire building, they are usually made independent of the building's relevant systems. This applies to power supply, air conditioning, security measures, and all other systems.>>>

In "Networks and Communication Systems" #6 for 2008, an analytical article [Mobile Data Centers in Focus on the Russian Market] was published. It provides characteristics of MDC solutions presented on the international market and offers an evaluation of their prospects for use in Russia. The author of the article is Alexander Martynyuk

The special issue of the magazine "NETWORKS-world" #4 dated April 8, 2008, contains an expert review by Alexander Martynyuk titled [Cost as a Starting Point], in which it is demonstrated how, based on openly published data about new data centers, companies interested in the services of commercial data centers can orient themselves according to their expectations.

In the magazine "Networks and Communication Systems" #2-2008, an article titled [Features of Creating Data Centers for a Telecom Operator] was published, in which Alexander Martynyuk draws the attention of data center professionals to the key aspects that are characteristic of data center construction projects for successful telecommunications companies.>>>



"Informatics Herald" #11 и 12 - 2007 published articles by Alexander Martynyuk, "Features of the Corporate Data Center Network," and "Key Approaches to Cost and Risk Assessment in Data Center Design".

In the magazine "Networks and Communication Systems" #12-2007, an article by Alexander Martynyuk titled [Heat Dissipation from Rack Equipment in Data Centers] was published, written by specialists from the company Ventspecstroi P. L. Ronzhin, E. V. Shein in collaboration with A. V. Martynyuk.

In the magazine "Networks and Communication Systems" #11-2007, an article by Alexander Martynyuk titled "Designing and Creating a Data Center" was published, which focuses on the risks that arise at the five main stages of the data center's lifecycle. >>>

In LAN magazine #9 for 2007, an article titled "Economic Efficiency of Data Center Power Systems" was published, which provides detailed coverage of key issues affecting the cost of design work for data center power supply. The author of the article is Alexander Martynyuk, Technical Director of [dc]2. >>>

In the magazine "FINANCE" #33 (219) dated September 3 - September 9, 2007, an editorial article titled "Moving with IT Comfort" was published, dedicated to planning IT infrastructure when constructing one's own office building. Alexander Martynyuk, Director of Business Development at IntelinePro, participated in a survey of experts conducted by the author of the publication, Natalia Anishchuk.>>>

In the journal "Banking Technologies" #7 for 2007, an article by Alexander Martynyuk titled "Data Centers for Business Non-Stop: A Look Beyond the Horizon of Information Infrastructure"was published. It presents the viewpoint of CIOs on the peculiarities and risks associated with data center creation projects. The article is based on real-world experiences from IntelinePro. The author of the article is Alexander Martynyuk, the Technical Director of IntelinePro. >>>

In the journal "Director of Information Systems" #07 for 2007, in the editorial note "Consolidation According to the Rules" the opinion of experts from IntelinePro was voiced, with Alexander Martynyuk, the technical director of the company, representing them. >>>

In LAN magazine #7 for 2007, an article titled "Optimizing Data Center Air Conditioning Systems"was published, which reflects the knowledge and experience of IntelinePro experts in solving problems related to the creation of an efficient data center air conditioning system. The author of the article is Alexander Martynyuk, the Technical Director of IntelinePro. >>> 

In the magazine "FINANCE" #21 (207) from June 4 to June 10, 2007, in the "IT+FINANCE" section, an editorial article titled "Danger Is Everywhere" was published. In its preparation, the author of the publication, Natalia Anishchuk, took into account the opinions of experts, including Alexander Martynyuk, the Technical Director of IntelinePro. >>>

The weekly Computerworld #14 (April) for 2007 published an editorial piece titled "To the Village, to the Wilderness...", in the preparation of which the author of the publication, Lyudmila Yaremchuk, invited market experts to discuss the problem of the shortage of electricity and the increasing cost of energy resources in data centers. Alexander Martynyuk, the Technical Director of IntelinePro, shared his opinions and experiences with the readers of the weekly. >>>

In LAN magazine #2 for 2007, an article was published titled "Who Should Manage the Data Center Construction Project?" which analyzes various approaches to solving organizational issues in data center construction. The author of the article is Alexander Martynyuk, the Technical Director of IntelinePro. >>>


2006 г.

In the journal "Director of Information Systems" #07 for 2006, in the editorial note "Weak Links of Data Centers" the opinion of experts from IntelinePro was expressed, and Alexander Martynyuk, the technical director of the company, represented them. >>>

In the magazine "Networks and Communication Systems" #14 for 2006,you can read the article "Preliminary Design in Data Center Construction",which helps understand what should be given special attention to when initiating work on designing and creating a data center. >>>