Interxion to build new data centre in Frankfurt

WCN Editorial Team 30 Sep 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Interxion Holding, a provider of cloud and carrier-neutral co-location data centre services, is set to construct its 11th data centre in Frankfurt and expand existing facilities in Paris and Marseille.

The Frankfurt facility will be built in four phases and each phase will provide 1,200sq m of equipped space. The first two phases are scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2017, while the final two phases are set to open in the second quarter of 2018.

The €95M centre will offer 10MW of customer-available power when fully constructed.

Interxion will spend €23M to expand its Paris facility and €20M on its Marseille data centre.

Interxion CEO David Ruberg said: “Frankfurt is the heart of the digital economy in continental Europe, and Interxion has attracted a wide array of customers, including deployments from all of the leading cloud platforms who have chosen our connectivity rich campus to gain access to more than 200 carriers and ISPs.

“Additionally, the cloud infrastructure rollout is now starting to reach Paris, as cloud providers seek to extend their infrastructure into this major market. Marseille is developing into a key connectivity hub for Europe, with two new submarine cables landing in our facilities.”

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