Euronext’s datacenter move on schedule despite supply chain issues

Despite chip and hardware shortages, the exchange group says it is on track to go live with the new datacenter on June 6.

Euronext’s relocation from Basildon to its new datacenter in Bergamo, Italy, was met with supply chain disruption that affected hardware delivery and lengthened lead times from manufacturers, sources tell WatersTechnology.

The global shortage of semiconductors used to power everything from computers and cars to datacenters means that in the run-up to the move, Euronext and its client firms ordering hardware for the new site have been waiting for three, six, or sometimes up to 12 months for

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