• Madrid 1 Data Center

Access to a vibrant community of hyperscalers, enterprises, partners, and start-ups

NTT builds its first data center in Madrid giving access to a vibrant community of hyperscalers, enterprises, partners, and start-ups. Madrid 1 will be located on NTT’s 12,516 sqm site at Európolis Business and Technology Park, in the municipality of Las Rozas, one of the largest townships in Madrid, located 20 km northwest of the city of Madrid itself, on the A-6 freeway to A Coruña. Our data center is planned as a dedicated data center new build and will offer an IT space of about 3,600 sqm and a client IT load of 6 MW. The grand opening is scheduled for Q3 2021.

At a glance: Madrid 1 Data Center

Power supply:

  • Two extern substations delivering 10 MVA of on-site power
  • Average power density of 1.5 - 2.0 kW/ sqm
  • Dual-power supply at 20 kV level from two substations
  • Two separate UPS systems (A- and B- supply) with 2N redundancy
  • Redundantly designed emergency power system with diesel generators N+1

Security:

  • 24/7 Service Control Center for security- and building operation
  • Palisade fencing supported by an additional 2.4-m-high anti-climb 358 ‘weldmesh’ fence to protect the perimeter
  • CCTV covering the external perimeter, plant areas, and data halls
  • Card swipe entry/exit to all doors

Technical operations:

  • Monitoring of all critical infrastructure by our own operation staff on-site
  • Standardized operation processes with amplified technical systems redundancy in order to ensure maximum reliability

Connectivity:

  • Carrier neutral
  • Carrier mix from global tier 1 supplier to regional supplier
  • Connectivity to the major carrier hubs in Spain
  • Redundant Carrier-Meet-Me-Rooms
  • Redundant cabling infrastructure with diverse paths
  • Pre-Cabling to support fast cross connect deployments
  • DC Interconnect between NTT data centers for geo-redundant solutions
  • Multi Service Interconnection Platform to connect our clients to major cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform