Frankfurt Two

Zenium Frankfurt Two is a brand new purpose-built data center offering cloud providers, systems integrators and multinational corporations customised, secure and resilient data center solutions within a key business hub.

The facility is strategically located in Sossenheim, the preferred location for data centers in Frankfurt, Germany’s “Digital City”. It sits adjacent to Zenium’s Frankfurt One, delivering 17.6 MW of IT power to 7,500 sq m of world-class technical space, with each data suite customised to individual client specifications.

We are able to offer a range of solutions from wholesale to resilient co-location and bespoke suites of additional data center management services.

Overview

Frankfurt Two is a brand new purpose-built facility offering high specification technical space within one building over five floors, available for occupation in the second quarter 2018.

Built to our exacting standards, the facility will offer:

  • 17.6 MW of IT power delivered to 7,500 sq m of world-class technical space
  • Active / Active 110 kV dual redundant power supplies with fully flexible IT power solutions
  • Connection to the European high voltage grid via two independent substations
  • Ultra-low PUE through the use of Indirect Adiabatic Air Cooling to each data hall
  • Highly resilient, concurrently maintainable power and cooling to Tier III+
  • Carrier neutral access and diverse fibre connectivity to active A&B Meet Me Rooms from multiple telecommunication providers
  • Bespoke and scalable data halls
  • Multilayer industry-leading levels of physical and electronic security

We have space available for immediate occupancy in our Frankfurt One facility – enquire now

Available second quarter 2018

Frankfurt Two News

Data Centers as a Service Industry

15.02.2017

The benefit of hindsight is that it provides clarity and perspective. It is clear now that - mergers, acquisitions and ground breaking technologies aside – there was an obvious shift in thinking last year towards the data center now being regarded as a utility. Going forward, that most likely means that there is also going to be a much greater emphasis than ever before on service excellence in the data center in 2017.

Pic of Fran i his post about data center services

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Latest News

  • What Gets ‘IN’ to the Infrastructure

    17.08.2017

    Absolutely every decision involving the design and build of our data centres is taken seriously. At no point do we settle for anything less than the best. A key component of our business is our global service partners – named as such because the term ‘suppliers’ simply doesn’t do them justice. From concept through to creation we live and breathe the technology that creates our data center infrastructure – the beating heart of Zenium.

  • It’s All About the Engineering

    27.07.2017

    Data centers are often the unsung hero behind many successful organisations. They stoically provide the robust and reliable mission critical infrastructure which is essential for continuous service delivery. As an industry, we quite rightly work hard to maximise uptime and minimise downtime. But whilst the temptation might be to make these important decisions purely at a theoretical level or to be influenced by a ‘tick box’ approach to specification or selection, the real solution is to dig a little deeper into the engineering and focus on the lessons that can be learned from the practical reality of running a data hall.

  • Global ISP Strengthens Zenium’s Ecosystem at Frankfurt One

    14.07.2017

    Zenium has today announced that one of the world's largest Internet Service Providers (ISP), has joined the growing ecosystem of carriers and service providers at Frankfurt One.

  • DE-CIX PoP ‘On-Net’ at Zenium Istanbul One

    07.06.2017

    DE-CIX, the world’s leading Internet exchange operator, announced today that its new Point of Presence (PoP) at the Zenium Istanbul One data center in Turkey is now ‘on-network’ and fully operational.

  • See You In Monaco?

    25.05.2017

    We hope so.