Yondr Group has announced plans to develop a number of data centre facilities in Berlin, Germany.
The first phase of the project will be located in Ragow, with Yondr expecting it to deliver 10 MW of capacity when it is scheduled to be ready for service in 2024. When fully built out, it will provide a total capacity of 42 MW.
The Berlin site is in close proximity to primary network routes connecting Dresden and Leipzig, as well as additional connections east towards Eastern Europe, where carriers such as Colt Technology Services, EXA Infrastructure, Arelion (formerly Telia Carrier), euNetworks are present.
This announcement follows the recent launch of Yondr’s 40 MW data centre in Frankfurt, and will bring the bring the company’s total IT capacity in Germany to 82 MW.
Yondr also has data centre projects currently under development in Amsterdam, London, and Frankfurt.
“We’re bullish in our growth expectations for 2022. We see significant client interests in tier II metros, closely interconnected to the FLAP markets. Berlin will bolster our German portfolio and allow us to serve a greater number of clients with growing cloud computing and connectivity needs,” said Pete Jones, Chief Development Officer and Founder at Yondr Group.