Vantage Data Centers, a global provider of hyperscale data centre campuses, 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. 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 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 36,000 square meters.
This campus sits at the gateway between Western and Eastern Europe and is strategically located near Poland’s major airport, Warsaw-Chopin. Like all of Vantage’s campuses across North America and EMEA, it offers renewable energy options and features hyper-efficient cooling with outside air economization using minimal water. Customers can take advantage of electric vehicle charging stations, along with amenities such as customizable workspaces, secure storage and multiple meeting space options.
“I’m very happy that a campus with data centres has been built in the Bielany district. We need new technologies, and as a district office, we support this development,” said Grzegorz Pietruczuk, mayor of Bielany. “It’s also worth mentioning that Vantage Data Centers is open to cooperating with the local community and supports many initiatives of our office since the beginning of their presence in the district.”
“Launching new facilities in Berlin and Warsaw creates much-needed outlets for pent-up demand from companies desiring a local presence in these regions. We are thrilled to welcome customers to our latest data centres and look forward to continuing to serve their needs wherever they may be,” said Antoine Boniface, president of EMEA at Vantage Data Centers. “Vantage now offers options in key markets for companies looking to expand their digital footprint across the entirety of Europe and beyond.”