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More companies are incorporating the environmental impact of third-party vendors, like colocation data centres, into their own green goals.
In the Norwegian market, both enterprise and cloud deployments also support increased demand for data centre colocation services.
Netwise, a colocation services provider headquartered in London, is set to launch a new facility in July 2021. The new data centre will be located in East London, with dark fibre connection provided by Zayo.
415MW of additional data centre capacity is expected go live across the so-called FLAP data centre markets in 2021, according to CBRE’s latest colocation number crunching.
The extra capacity – 100MW more than was added in last year’s record-breaking growth — will take the Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam and Paris markets beyond 2000MW of total supply.
The UK data centre operator said in a press release that the data centre is set for commissioning in the second half of this year, with IXcellerate CEO Guy Willner telling DCD the facility will start with 4MW of capacity in Q3 before 8MW of additional load is added in Q4 or early 2022.