Vantage Data Centers has announced its expansion in the EMEA market, opening three new data centres in Berlin and Frankfurt.
In Berlin, Vantage has opened a second facility on its Berlin I campus. The 130,000 sqft site offers 16 MW of IT capacity, and will provide four data centres totalling 56 MW in total once fully built out.
Vantage has also opened the first data centre on its Berlin II campus in Mittenwalde, providing 16 MW of capacity. Berlin II will offer two facilities totaling 32 MW upon completion.
At its Frankfurt II campus, Vantage has opened its first data centre – a 350,000 sqft site providing 40 MW of the campus’ projected 56 MW of total IT capacity. Vantage has said it is also continuing to develop its first 55 MW Frankfurt I campus in Offenbach. Once fully developed, both campuses will offer a combined total of 111 MW of capacity.
The company also plans open a new business office in Raunheim next to its Frankfurt II campus to support its expanding EMEA operations.
“Vantage has experienced rapid growth over the past three years as we continue to construct world-class data center campuses across EMEA,” said Antoine Boniface, President, EMEA at Vantage Data Centers.
“Since we first entered the market in 2020, we have been investing in the highly developed country of Germany, the financial powerhouse of the European Union and the most desired data centre market anywhere in Europe due to its growing use of cloud computing, high-speed internet penetration and data sovereignty laws. We have taken critical steps to not only drive growth and development to meet the needs of our customers, but to build partnerships within local communities and create meaningful job opportunities for the local citizens.”