The location currently has approximately 1,000 square meters of space already in use for the data center, which offers a great deal of expansion potential for additional customers. At full capacity, the data center will provide more than 4,500 square meters of floor space. maincubes will additionally revise and re-install the entire cooling technology. The aim is to achieve a low PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) for both existing and new customers and thus significantly reduce energy costs for cooling. At the same time, the power density per square meter will be increased to between 1.6 and 1.8 kW. This will enable customers to install considerably more IT per square meter for greater efficiency. The redevelopment will be carried out in collaboration with the existing service staff and with technology partners.
"The area around Schiphol Airport is a highly sought-after location for data centers. Our expansion strategy is quite clear: Amsterdam is one of the most important data center locations in Europe along with London and Frankfurt. This is why we also intend to modernize the data center as quickly as possible and make additional space available. Talks with a key tenant (NASDAQ 50 company) have already been scheduled about leasing around 2,100 sq m and 3.5-4 MW of IT load with a tenancy period of over 15 years. This shows very clearly that with the takeover of this data center we made the right move in our European and global expansion strategy," explains Oliver Menzel, the new CEO of maincubes B.V.
Maincubes Premium Services
Apart from leasing data center space, maincubes also offers services which go far beyond the traditional services of a co-location data center operator. The maincubes premium services include very fast reaction times, individual contract bundles as well as technical services, such as DCIM, which combine technical components of the data center operation with the IT of the customers in order to achieve optimized resource utilization.