Secure and flexible space built to your specifications

With a total of 52,200+m² of IT space and a maximum IT load of 77.4MW, Frankfurt 1 offers space within seven free-standing buildings, making it one of Europe’s largest individual data center sites. As a leading operator, we ensure that your systems are continuously running, supported by our years of critical infrastructure engineering and utilizing state-of-the-art systems. Frankfurt 1 holds multiple certifications and connects to major carrier hubs, cloud networks, as well as to the DE-CIX.



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70.1MW of critical IT load (additional 7.3MW currently under construction), average power density of 1.0 - 3.0kW/m², on-site substation delivering 120MVA of power.

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Carrier-neutral with connectivity to DE-CIX, access to leading public, private, and hybrid cloud providers, redundant Carrier-Meet-Me-Rooms.

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High efficient chiller systems with free cooling integrated or separated recoolers and own-programmed, weather-dependent energy management systems.

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24/7 Security Operations Center and Service Control Center, multilevel security zone principle with CCTV to secure tenant area and technical operations.

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Why Frankfurt

Frankfurt is the leading data center market in Germany and one of the largest in Europe. It's regarded as Germany’s financial capital and is also a major tech hub, as the city is rich in fiber and is home to the DE-CIX, one of the world’s largest internet exchange points. The city’s geographic location allows connections to Eastern and Western Europe, along with the Nordics and the Middle East, making it a well-connected hub.

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