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- Construction work for a new building at our Frankfurt 1 Data Center site has begun. It will deliver an additional 4,300 m² of IT space and provide a maximum IT load of 7.3 MW. The building is set to open in Q2 2022.
- We’re opening two new buildings this year at Frankfurt 4 Data Center. These buildings will each provide the campus with 4,700 m² of additional IT space and a maximum IT load of 6 MW (12 MW when fully built out).
Berlin data centers
- We’re expanding our Berlin 1 Data Center location, which will become operational this summer. The new building will deliver an additional IT space of 2,500 m² and a 5 MW IT load.
- Furthermore, a new location at our Berlin 2 Data Center is under construction with an initial total capacity of 10,000 m² and 24 MW IT load across two buildings. Both are planned to open in Q1 2022.
- We’ve recently opened a second building at our Munich 2 Data Center The additional building means the data center now has 6,200 m² of IT space across both facilities and 9.2 MW of critical IT load. In addition to this, it recently became a DE-CIX enabled site and is connected to the DE-CIX interconnection ecosystem. We offer direct access to all DE-CIX interconnection services, including GlobePEER, Virtual PNI and Cloud Exchange services.
Rhine-Ruhr Data Center
- We’ve agreed the construction of a build to suit data center Rhine-Ruhr B (Bonn), which will deliver 4.8 MW and 2,620 m² of space.
Germany is important to the global data center market due to its geographic location, which allows connections to Eastern and Western Europe, the Nordics and the Middle East. The country is a major tech and start-up hub, rich in fiber, and home to the DE-CIX, one of the world’s largest internet exchange points. Florian Winkler, CEO, NTT Ltd.’s Global Data Centers EMEA, said: ‘As we navigate the new normal, with many organizations adopting a hybrid working model and our digital habits changing, the role of the data center will continue to increase. We’re proud to support the foundation of the digital future in Germany.’