Moro HubDigital data hub
- Dubai dewadata hub project
- 8mm Pilkington Suncool 40/22 Pro T
- Approximate volume - 4000 m2
- Main IGU combination - 8/16/8
- Glazing in 2016
- The first project in Dubai. The glass from our factory in the Russian Federation.
Dubai Marina, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
From Airports: 32 km to Dubai International (DXB) airport, 19km to Al Maktoum (DWC) airport.
"Moro Data Hub" is a global commercial entity that offers Digital Services, Data Center Services, Managed Services, Professional Services, Cloud and Business Center Services to Enterprise across the Public & Private sectors in UAE and the region. The best of both worlds with deep local expertise and rich cultural understanding along with in-house experts that bring best practices from around the world backed by an international consortium of partners.
A data hub that exists to exceed your expectations
The "Moro Data Hub" is a purpose-built, digital data hub that supports clients’ digital agendas now and in the future. It is unique, and this extends beyond the design and build, into its location, security and operational expertise. The Moro Data Hub is also the first LEED Platinum facility in the region. Moro is trusted to secure, manage and integrate data, to open new opportunities and value for businesses and governments.
What makes a building LEED platinum?
LEED is an abbreviation for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. To achieve LEED Certified status requires 40 points; 50 points will put a site at the Silver level; between 60 and 79 points earn Gold certification; and buildings that reach a minimum of 80 points are awarded Platinum status. When browsing the U.S. Green Building Council website, it was discovered that of the 111,215 LEED projects listed, 6,633 buildings have achieved the LEED Platinum status.