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Order your fully featured on-premise Data Center facility




Our certified team will take charge of  your Data Center project from the design phase all the way to the construction, fit out, testing  and management of the facility


  • Installation of one or more “Modular Safe” type cabinets
    (Compact Datacenter)
  • Installation of a “Data Center Container”
  • Fit out of a computer room
  • Construction and development of a full size Data Center on a green field.



  • High quality equipment from premium manufacturers
  • Proven expertise in Data Center development with a flawless track record (see references)
  • “Turnkey” delivery model
  • Eco-friendly designs (green Data Centers) and low PUE coefficients (Power Usage Effectiveness)
  • Certified and multidisciplinary maintenance team available locally.
  • Local spare parts warehouse

Designing and building a full sized Data Center is a large body of work that can easily span a dozen different contractors to achieve and consequently induce an enormous amount of PM complexity.

With N+ONE and its specialized subsidiary Uptime Technologies, you get to just “order a Data Center” to your specifications and you get delivered the Data Center.



Uptime Institute is an unbiased consulting organization focused on improving the performance, efficiency and reliability of critical infrastructures through innovation, collaboration and independent certification.

The Green Grid Association is an open, not-for-profit industry consortium of 501 users (c) (6), policy makers, technology providers, architects, and utilities. efficiency of data center resources worldwide. They offer the data center expertise that governments turn to for industry information and advice, exercising the combined influence of a diverse group of ICT industry leaders.

Project Management Institute is the leading global not-for-profit professional association for the project, program and portfolio management profession. Founded in 1969, PMI provides value to more than 2.9 million professionals working in almost every country in the world through global advocacy, collaboration, education, and research. PMI advances careers, enhances organizational success, and develops the project management profession through its globally recognized standards, certifications, resources, academic research tools, publications, professional development courses, and networking opportunities.


RITTAL GmbH & Co KG is a German company for electrotechnical, electronic and computer equipment.

The company was founded in 1961 in Rittershausen by Rudolf Loh and is a member of the Friedhelm LOH Group, of which it is the largest subsidiary.

Today RITTAL is the world leader in the market of technical enclosures (electrical cabinets, electronic racks, 19″ ) which is its historical business. This activity is also part of the Friedhelm LOH Group, the second largest steel consumer in Germany after the Volkswagen Group.

le Legrand brand is a French industrial group historically located in Limoges in the Limousin region of France and one of the world leaders in products and systems for electrical installations and information networks.

Legrand has continued to grow through more than 140 targeted acquisitions around the world to become one of the world leaders in wiring devices, with more than 215,000 product references, operations in 80 countries and sales in 180 countries by 2014.
In 2011, Legrand is the world leader in sockets and switches with 20% of the world market and the world leader in cable management (15% of the world market) and generates 76% of its sales outside France (35% in emerging countries). The company is the leader in at least one of its major areas of activity in 27 countries.

The Group recently launched an upgrade of its wiring device offer with the launch of high-end products: Axolute in Italy, Céliane et Art (for the Arnould brand) in France (design and technological switches – integrated home automation – in interior decoration) and Arteor in Asia.

The Group is also developing its offerings around sustainable development and energy savings with a protection offer for photovoltaic installations and a lighting control offer.

In France, the Legrand catalog (300,000 copies distributed) is a reference in electrical installation.

Cummins Inc. is a U.S. company that designs, manufactures and distributes diesel and natural gas engines and related products such as filters and turbochargers.

Founded in Columbus, Indiana in 1919 by Clessie Cummins, the company reported sales of $17.3 billion in 2013 and employed 33,700 people. It is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

In its early days, the company specialized in the industrialization of the internal combustion engine invented 20 years earlier by German industrialist Rudolf Diesel, but despite several widely publicized trials, it was not until 1933 that it managed to launch its first truly popular model on the market: the H diesel engine, which equipped locotractors.

With the post-war highway boom in the U.S., Cummins established itself as the leader in heavy-duty truck engines with the N-type diesel engine, with more than 50 percent market share between 1952 and 19594. In the 1960s, the company opened a European plant in Shotts, Scotland. By 2013, they are established in 197 countries.

Grundfos is a Danish company specializing in pumps, founded in 1945 and based in Viborg (Bjerringbro was the former municipality that merged with others to form Viborg).

Originally named Bjerringbro Pumpefabrik after the town where it is located, the company has chosen the Archimedes’ screw, a rustic means of pumping, as its logo from the beginning.

With an annual production of more than 16 million pumps, this represents 50% of the world market for pumps. Today Grundfos has developed in different business sectors: Buildings, industrial solutions, OEM, water supply, waste water.

ABB est une entreprise helvético-suédoise dont le siège social est basé à Zurich, en Suisse. Elle est un acteur majeur des technologies de l’énergie et de l’automation. Le groupe est classé 143e au classement Forbes.

ABB est l’une des plus grandes sociétés d’ingénierie, mais aussi l’un des plus grands conglomérats au monde. ABB est présent dans près de 100 pays, avec environ 124 000 collaborateurs et un chiffre d’affaires de 31,6 milliards de dollars US en 2010.

Le groupe ABB est coté à la bourse de Zurich et à la bourse de Stockholm depuis 1999, ainsi qu’à la bourse de New York depuis 2001.