Global data center operator Yondr Group, a fast-growing company, has announced its intentions to build a 40MW data center in the area of Frankfurt, Germany. The data center project, which is located in the city of Bischofsheim, is projected to be completed by the first quarter of 2024.
The new data center in the Frankfurt region is planned to be operational by the first quarter of 2024. The 40MW facility in Bischofsheim will be added to the company’s rapidly expanding portfolio of worldwide data centers, which includes the recently announced building of a 100MW data center in Slough, United Kingdom.
According to a recent CBRE study, Frankfurt, which is part of the FLAP market, is likely to surpass 600MW of total production this year, with 145MW of new supply set to come online. Because of the expanding hyperscale cloud potential and capacity needs from international organizations, Frankfurt has emerged as a vital site and a major component of Yondr’s worldwide development plans, according to the company.
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“The last few years have seen aggressive expansion in Frankfurt due to increased cloud capacity demands,” said Pete Jones, Chief Development Officer and Founder at Yondr Group. “The availability of this new metro will greatly support our clients’ growth and remove any constraints when it comes to scalability challenges.”
Yondr’s approach to data center building would provide clients with scalable cloud capacity with room to grow. Yondr also made various biodiversity and community development pledges, which are an important element of the company’s attempts to have a long-term good effect on every community in which it works.
“The data center project proposed by Yondr is the largest and perhaps the most important development project for the City of Bischofsheim,” said Ingo Kalweit, Mayor of Bischofsheim. “With Yondr’s presence, Bischofsheim will become a digital infrastructure pillar and our community will greatly benefit from the influx in innovation.”