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Spain Existing & Upcoming Data Center Portfolio

  • Database

  • July 2024
  • Region: Spain
  • Arizton
  • ID: 5794193
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This database (Excel) product covers the Spain data center market portfolio analysis, which will provide the following information on the colocation data centers:

  • Detailed Analysis of 57 existing data centers
  • Detailed Analysis of 19 upcoming data centers
  • Locations covered: A Coruña, Albacete, Barcelona, Bilbao, Cáceres, Catalonia, Granada, Jaen, Logroño, Madrid, Malaga, Murcia, San Cristóbal de La Laguna, San Sebastian, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Santander, Seville, Talavera de la Reina, Terrassa, Valencia
  • Existing white-floor space (square feet)
  • Upcoming white-floor space (square feet)
  • Current IT load capacity (2023)
  • Future capacity additions (2024-2028)
  • Retail Colocation Pricing:
    • Quarter Rack (1/4)
    • Half Rack Cabinets (1/2)
    • Full Rack Cabinet (42U/45U/47U/etc.)
  • Wholesale colocation (per kW) pricing

Key Market Highlights:

  • Emerging data center locations are Madrid, Barcelona and Bilbao
  • Almost 80% of the upcoming capacity is concentrated in Madrid and Barcelona
  • The upcoming data center capacity in Spain is around 500 MW on full build, which is almost 2x the current capacity in the region
  • Madrid, Barcelona, and Bilbao dominate existing data center capacity in Spain

The data points covered in the database across each facility are mentioned below:

Existing Data Centers (57 Facilities):

  • Market Snapshot
  • Location (Region/Country/City)
  • Facility Address
  • Operator/Owner Name
  • Data Center Name, i.e., (MAD 3 or BCN1 Data Center)
  • Core & Shell Area (White-Floor Area)
  • Core & Shell Power Capacity (IT Load Capacity)
  • Rack Capacity
  • Year of Operations
  • Design Standards (Tier I - IV)
  • Power/Cooling Redundancy

Upcoming Data Centers (19 Facilities):

  • Investment Snapshot
  • Location (Region/Country/City)
  • Investor Name
  • Area (White-Floor Area)
  • Power Capacity (IT Load Capacity)
  • Investment ($ Million)
  • Electrical Infrastructure Investment ($ Million)
  • Mechanical Infrastructure Investment ($ Million)
  • General Construction Services Investment ($ Million)
  • Announcement Year
  • Project Status (Opened/Under Construction/Announced & Planned)
  • Active or Expected Year of Opening

Target Audience:

  • Data center Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT)
  • Data center Construction Contractors
  • Data center Infrastructure Providers
  • New Entrants
  • Consultants/Consultancies/Advisory Firms
  • Corporate and government agencies

Table of Contents

1. About the Database

2. Scope & Assumptions

3. Definitions

4. Snapshot: Existing & Upcoming Data Center Facility

5. Existing Data Center Database

6. Upcoming Data Center Facility

7. Existing Vs Upcoming Capacity (Infographics)

8. Colocation Pricing

Companies Mentioned

  • Adam Ecotech
  • Aire Networks
  • AQ Compute
  • Area Project Solutions
  • Arsys
  • Atlantic Data Infrastructure (ADI)
  • AtlasEdge
  • bitNAP
  • Civicos Networking
  • Cogent Communications
  • Comvive Servidores SL
  • CyrusOne
  • D-ALiX (ITER Group)
  • Data4 Group
  • Digital Realty
  • EdgeConneX
  • Equinix
  • Espaciorack
  • Espanix
  • Fibernet
  • Fibra Medios Telecom
  • Form8tion Data Centers
  • Global Switch
  • Global Technical Realty (GTR)
  • Grupalia Internet S.A
  • Grupo Trevenque
  • GTT (iSquared Capital)
  • Hispaweb
  • Ibercom
  • Indra
  • Ingenostrum
  • Ipcore Datacenters
  • Iron Mountain
  • Malaga Data Center
  • Merlin Properties
  • Nabiax
  • Nethits` Telecom
  • Nexica - Econocom Group
  • Nixval
  • NTT Global Data Centers
  • Orange Business Services
  • Panattoni
  • Prime Data Centers
  • Soltia Consulting SL
  • Tissat
  • Towernet infrastructures SL
  • T-Systems


Our research comprises a mix of primary and secondary research. The secondary research sources that are typically referred to include, but are not limited to, company websites, annual reports, financial reports, company pipeline charts, broker reports, investor presentations and SEC filings, journals and conferences, internal proprietary databases, news articles, press releases, and webcasts specific to the companies operating in any given market.

Primary research involves email interactions with the industry participants across major geographies. The participants who typically take part in such a process include, but are not limited to, CEOs, VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers, and national sales managers. We primarily rely on internal research work and internal databases that we have populated over the years. We cross-verify our secondary research findings with the primary respondents participating in the study.