Keppel Data Centres has a presence in Frankfurt, the leading data centre hub in Germany with a highly developed digital infrastructure. The city is home to the DE-CIX, the largest internet exchange point in the world, handling some 90% of all domestic and 35% of all European internet traffic. 100,000km of fibre optic cables and 600 networked telecommunications companies provide extensive connectivity to other European internet hubs while stringent German data protection laws give assurance to the multinational companies, cloud-providers and internet enterprises colocating there.
Keppel DC Frankfurt 1 (KDC FRA 1) is a two-storey facility is sited on freehold land in the Am Martinzehnten Industrial Park, which is in close proximity to the city centre and Frankfurt Airport. The facility features a gross floor area of approximately 20,000 square metres and is fitted out to Uptime Tier III-equivalent specifications. KDC FRA 1 can currently support an IT load of 4.8 MW. With additional investment and planning consent, the facility will be able to draw additional power up to 40MVA to meet growing demand for quality data centre space in Germany.
Owned by: Keppel Data Centres and the Alpha Data Centre Fund