CyrusOne expands European data center presence in London and Frankfurt

By Dale Benton
One of the worlds leading carrier-neutrral data center service providers continues to expand its presence in Europe’s biggest data center markets. Cy...

One of the worlds leading carrier-neutrral data center service providers continues to expand its presence in Europe’s biggest data center markets.

CyrusOne announced in a statement this week that it will build two new data centers in both London and Frankfurt. London III will be ready and complete by late 2019 while Frankfurt III has been earmarked for early 2020.

The new sites follow the company’s recent $442mn acquisition of Zenium earlier this year, which saw CyrusOne inherit four ‘best-in-class’ data centers.

CyrusOne’s London III data center will offer approximately 39,500 square feet of world-class data center space with a critical IT load of 9 MW and offer industry-leading energy efficiencies including adiabatic cooling technology and low PUE’s

The Frankfurt III data center will comprise of two connected four-story data centers offering a total of approximately 123,786 square feet of space, providing 22MW and multiple fiber providers providing carrier neutral connectivity.

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“Today marks an exciting new chapter for CyrusOne as we set the course for our continued expansion in London and Frankfurt. Part of our mission at CyrusOne is to help the world’s leading technology companies power this new exciting digital era,” said Gary Wojtaszek, president and chief executive officer of CyrusOne. “Expanding our footprint in these markets will help our customers realize their own global growth ambitions.”

 

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