Zenium has celebrated ‘topping out’ at its new Frankfurt Two data center facility. The ceremony was attended by Zenium’s CEO and Founder, Franek Sodzawiczny and Thilo Moser, Managing Director at Lupp Group - the construction partner.
The latest news from Zenium Data Centers
Zenium is pleased to today announce that a global software and cloud computing provider has selected Zenium London One as its data center facility from which to support UK customers.
Zenium has today announced plans to develop a new, purpose-built data center in the UK - London Three. The new facility will help meet growing demand in the region for high quality technical space.
Zenium has today announced plans to purchase 6.8 acres of freehold land from DATA-Center Frankfurt West GmbH. The greenfield site on Willhelm Fay Strasse, adjacent to Zenium’s two existing data centers in Sossenheim, Frankfurt offers a total build area of 25,400 sqm GEA. It will be the location for Zenium’s third data center in this region; Frankfurt Three. Construction is expected to start in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Zenium is delighted to announce that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its data center business to CyrusOne, a high-growth real estate investment trust (REIT) specialising in highly reliable enterprise-class, carrier-neutral data center properties.
One thing is certain, the data center industry never stops moving, and neither do we! Looking back, we’ve made some incredible progress building our portfolio of facilities over the last 6 months… Here’s just a snapshot.
2017 has been a significant year for Zenium. Continued expansion of the business has allowed it to meet the increasing demands for premium data centre space needed by hyperscale cloud service providers and Fortune 500 companies alike.
Research recently carried out by 451 Research revealed that loyalty plays a big part in the decisions and choices that businesses make about colocation providers.
Zenium has today announced that it has secured two significant letting contracts totalling 2.76MW at its London One and Frankfurt Two data center facilities.
Zenium has today confirmed that it has successfully closed €100m Senior Secured Credit Facilities for Zenium Germany GmbH.
A press release was issued by Equinix today, confirming that it has acquired Zenium’s data center facilities in Istanbul.
There’s no doubt that we’re on the brink of unprecedented change accelerated by emerging technologies.
Zenium is pleased to announce that T-Systems Turkey, has joined the Zenium ecosystem at Istanbul One.
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.
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.