Home to the cloud: e-shelter continues to expand and announces it will open another data center campus in Frankfurt in early 2019
New Data Center will offer up to 60MW IT load across 24.000 sqm of IT space
Frankfurt, March 22nd, 2018 - e-shelter, a leading data center provider in Europe and an NTT Communications Group Company, has today announced the acquisition of new development site in Frankfurt, which will be its 4th location in the city.
The expansion comes on the back of strong customer demand in Frankfurt, as market leader, e-shelter already operates 3 sites across the city, including Europe’s largest data center campus, Frankfurt 1.
The “Frankfurt 4 Data Center” campus is located in Hattersheim in the west of the city and will feature 5 DC buildings built out in phases, with the first building of 9.7 MW IT load scheduled to open in early 2019. Once fully built out, the site is capable of housing up to 80 MW IT load and 24,000 sqm of IT space, supporting an average power density of 2.5 kW/sqm.
The new facility will follow e-shelter’s successful business model – offering both wholesale and retail colocation services, along with hybrid IT enterprise solutions and it will also fulfil NTT Communication’s Nexcenter™ global data center standards.
The “Frankfurt 4 Data Center” will offer flexible and scalable colocation space with high power density, carrier neutrality, cloud network access, connectivity and on-site support services, as well as on site first-class dedicated service personnel 24/7. Customers will be able to choose from flexible colocation deployments of single rack colocation and suites through to turnkey build to suit or shell & core solutions.
e-shelter currently operates across ten locations in the DACH region and a data center area of around 90,000 sqm. Outside of DACH e-shelter is also expanding to new markets with a new data center campus opening in Amsterdam in early 2019 and development sites secured in both Madrid and London.
The essential specifications of the new Frankfurt 4 Data Center campus include:
- 80 MW IT load capacity
- 24,000 sqm IT space
- Separate emergency power supply and
- Average power density of 2,5 kW/sqm