Interxion, a leading European provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centre services, has announced the opening of initial phases of new data centres in Paris and London.
Interxion has opened its seventh data centre in Paris (PAR 7). The first 500 sq m of equipped space and 0.5 MW of customer power became available for customer installations in June. An additional 1,500 sq m will come on line by the end of September 2012 with the remaining space of 2,500 s qm coming on line through March 2013. The data centre is designed to support continuous customer loads in excess of 2 kVA per sq m.
Interxion has also opened its second data centre in London (LON 2). The first 500 sq m and 0.75 MW of power became available for customer installations in early July. An additional 400 sq m is scheduled to be available in August and the remaining 700 sq m will come on line by year end 2012. The space is designed to support continuous customer loads of up to 2.5 kVA per sq m.
This latest expansion follows the recent announcement for the company of an expansion of its data centre services in Spain. Interxion is building a second Madrid data centre – to be constructed in two phases, each phase providing 800 sq m of equipped space and over 1.2 MW of customer power. The first phase is expected to become operational in the first quarter of 2013.