Vantage Data Centers, a leading global provider of hyperscale data centre campuses, has announced that two greenfield campuses in Berlin and Warsaw are now operational. The opening of a Warsaw campus marks the company’s first facility in Poland, while the development in Berlin marks the company’s second campus in Germany. The new sites are part of Vantage’s US$2 billion European expansion to offer hyperscalers and cloud providers best-in-class data centre campuses in two sought after markets. Among Vantage’s portfolio of nine campuses in EMEA, five of them are now operational (Berlin I, Warsaw, Frankfurt I, Zurich and Cardiff).
Vantage has completed the first data centre on its 13-acre (five-hectare) two-building campus, located near the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Once fully developed, the campus will feature 32MW across 250,000 square feet (24,000 square meters) and be home to some of the world’s leading technology companies.
In addition to its well-connected location and scalable expansion capabilities, the campus stands out for its sustainable construction offering customers hyper-efficient cooling through outside air economisation using minimal water. The campus’ non-critical areas, such as office space, will be partially powered by solar energy while waste heat will be repurposed and made available to the local community.
Vantage has also completed the first facility on its 12-acre (five-hectare) Warsaw campus. Once fully developed, the two-data centre campus will offer 48MW of critical IT capacity across 390,000 square feet (36,000 square meters).Click below to share this article