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New Data Centre and Cloud Developments in Europe - 2021 and Beyond

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  • 71 Pages
  • January 2022
  • Region: Europe
  • Tariff Consultancy
  • ID: 5519529

The Data Centre and Cloud Developments in Europe - 2021 and beyond report is based on research made for Data Centre planned developments across eighteen European Countries (including: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,  Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and  the UK) using the publisher’s unique database of third- party Data Centres in Europe.


The publisher calculates that the new Data Centre projects from 2021 onwards will add potential new space of just over 1 million m2 and just under 3,000 MW of power in the seventeen European countries surveyed.


The UK sees the highest number of new Data Centre projects with twenty (20) - followed by Germany with sixteen (16) and Spain with fifteen (15) - these three European Countries account for just over fifty (50) per cent of all Data Centre developments (by number).  


The report provides a profile of each of the Data Centre that is expanding giving an insight into their presence across Europe as well as details of the proposed development(s).

Table of Contents


MethodologyExecutive SummaryEuropean Data Centre Development Overview: 2021
The eighteen key Countries with Data Centre Developments in Europe
  • Austria
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date
    • Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Belgium
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date
    • Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Denmark
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date
    • Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Finland
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date
    • Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • France
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date
    • Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Germany
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date
    • Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Greece
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Iceland
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Ireland
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Italy
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Netherlands
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Norway
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Poland
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Portugal
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Spain
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Sweden
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • Switzerland
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
  • UK
    • Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launch Date,
    • Data Centre Providers Profiles for new developments.
    • Summary
New Cloud Developments in EuropeConclusions - Key Data Centre Developments 2021
Appendix I:
A List of Data Centre Developments sorted by company, location and size.
Appendix II:
A list of Data Centre Developments sorted by launch date
Appendix III:
A list of Data Centre Developments sorted by Data Centre Provider across all 18 countries


List of Figures
Figure 1 - A pie chart showing the number of new Data Centre projects by European Country in per cent
Figure 2 - A table showing the new Data Centre development space & power in m2 & MW by country market; and per Data Centre Provider across all countries
Figure 3: Data Centre Space announced in 2021 per annum 2021 to 2025
Figure 4 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Austria
Figure 5 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Belgium
Figure 6 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Denmark
Figure 7 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Finland
Figure 8 - A table showing the Equinix Data Centres in Helsinki
Figure 9 - A picture showing the construction of the Hetzner Tuusula campus near Helsinki
Figure 10 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in France
Figure 11 - A picture showing the Interxion Paris 12 Data Centre facility
Figure 12 - A picture showing the Thesee Data Centre facility - Aubergenville
Figure 13 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Germany
Figure 14 - A picture showing China Mobile’s International Data Centre facility
Figure 15 - A picture showing the proposed CyrusOne Frankfurt V Data Centre facility
Figure 16 - A picture showing the Equinix FR8 IBX facility in Frankfurt
Figure 17 - A picture showing the Interxion new facility in Sossenheim
Figure 18 - A picture showing the Iron Mountain FRA-1 Data Centre facility
Figure 19 - A picture showing the Maincubes Frankfurt Data Centre facility - Frankfurt
Figure 20 - A picture showing the Vantage Berlin 2 Data Center
Figure 21 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Greece
Figure 22 - A picture showing the TIM Metamorfosis II Data Centre facility near Athens
Figure 23 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Ireland
Figure 24 - A picture showing CyrusOne Data Centre Dublin I
Figure 25 - A table showing the CyrusOne Data Centre facilities in Europe
Figure 26 - A picture showing the CyrusOne Data Centre facilities in the Dublin area
Figure 27 - A picture showing K2 North Dublin 1 Facility - 18 MW of IT load Capacity
Figure 28 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Italy
Figure 29 - A picture showing the locations of Equinix’s Milan Data Centre facilities
Figure 30 - A picture showing Vantage MXP1 proposed Data Centre in Milan
Figure 31 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in the Netherlands
Figure 32 - A picture showing the Global Switch Amsterdam East Data Centre facility
Figure 33 - A picture showing QTS Data Center’s Eemshaven facility
Figure 34 - A picture showing ServerFarm’s Data Centre AMS-1
Figure 35 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Norway
Figure 36 - A picture showing the Green Mountain Oslo DC-3 facility
Figure 37 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Poland
Figure 38 - A picture showing the locations of Equinix’s three facilities in Warsaw
Figure 39 - A picture showing the Vantage Data Centers WAW1 Data Centre - Warsaw
Figure 40 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Portugal
Figure 41 - Pictures showing the proposed SINES 4.0 Start Data Centre Campus - Sines, Portugal
Figure 42 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Spain
Figure 43 - A map showing the Merlin Properties Data Centre locations - Spain & Portugal
Figure 44 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Sweden
Figure 45 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in Switzerland
Figure 46 - A picture showing Equinix’s Data Centre facilities in the Zurich area
Figure 47 - A picture showing the Green Datacenter campus at Dielsdorf, Switzerland
Figure 48 - A picture showing the SH-5 Safe Host facility in Beringen (Schaffhausen)
Figure 49 - A picture showing Vantage’s Data Centre promotional banner
Figure 50 - A table summarising the third-party Data Centres under development in the UK
Figure 51 - A picture showing Ark Data Centre purchased Renault distribution depot
Figure 52 - A picture showing CyrusOne’s two data Centres IV and V, both located in Slough
Figure 53 - A picture showing the proposed Echelon Data Centre LCY20 facility - Chesham, Bucks
Figure 54 - A picture showing Vantage’s NGD Centre
Figure 55 - A picture showing the proposed Yondr Group Slough Data Centre campus

Methodology

The analyst researches its reports typically within a three-month period. All of its reports are based on primary and secondary research including interviews with relevant companies/operators covered in the report. The analyst also draws on its extensive in-house database and its contacts in the field of telecommunications it has established since the company was launched in 2006.

The analyst has 26-years of experience in the field of telecoms pricing both mobile and fixed. They have a network of consultants as well as a multi-lingual research team, with languages spoken French, German, Polish and Spanish.

 

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