Polish Data Center Association
The Polish Data Center Association (PLDCA) was established in April 2023 by representatives of operators of the largest data centers in Poland, among them Atman.
The main goals of the association are to strengthen the Polish data center industry both at home and abroad, and also to introduce the training of specialists in maintaining the infrastructure of colocation facilities into the educational system.
In addition, PLDCA’s activities include supporting the digital transformation process of companies and public institutions in Poland, educating the market in the field of digital security, and others.
eco – Association of the Internet Industry
With around 1,000 member companies, eco is the leading Internet industry association in Europe. Since 1995, eco has played a key role in shaping the Internet, promoting new technologies, creating framework conditions, and representing the interests of its members in politics and international committees. eco has offices in Cologne, Berlin, and Brussels. In its work, eco primarily advocates an efficient, reliable, and trustworthy ecosystem of digital infrastructures and services.
European Code of Conduct for Energy Efficiency in Data Centre
Atman joined the European Code of Conduct for Energy Efficiency in Data Centre – a program of the European Commission. The main goal of the program launched by the European Commission is to educate and stimulate enterprises to reduce their energy consumption in a cost-effective manner, without hampering the critical functions of data centers. In practical terms, this means the development of new methods to measure energy consumption; improvement of awareness among managers, investors and owners and clients of data centers of the efficient use of energy, as well as the promotion of best practices.
The program supports also the development of tools to facilitate implementation and wider application of energy-saving technologies.
Microsoft Cloud OS Network
Members of the Microsoft Cloud OS Network program include nearly 250 leading providers of ICT services around the globe, who, in cooperation with Microsoft, offer their own cloud solutions based on the Microsoft Cloud Platform.
Under the program, Microsoft supports its partners in building services provided through their own data processing centers, enabling, among other things, cooperation with experts and access to the best practices for building solutions so as to enjoy advantages of scale.