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NTT DATA plans to build new data center campus in Berlin

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NTT DATA is expanding its global data center division with a new campus in Berlin, set to start construction in 2025. The campus will have a capacity of 96 MW across two data centers, strengthening NTT DATA’s presence in the city and paving the way for further growth in Tier 2 markets. This expansion aligns with the company’s strategy to provide additional capacity in key European markets.


NTT DATA to Develop Third Data Center Campus in Berlin

NTT DATA announced this week that its Global Data Centers division will develop and operate its third data center campus in Berlin. This new 26.6-acre campus is part of NTT DATA’s global expansion efforts and will provide a planned capacity of 96 MW of critical IT load across two data centers. The site is located 30 km west of Berlin, in the municipality of Brieselang, and NTT DATA said construction is expected to start in 2025.

NTT DATA’s Expansion in Berlin

“Berlin is an important market in our growing portfolio and expansion plans,” said NTT Global Data Centers. “This new development strengthens our presence and paves the way for further entry into Tier 2 markets, facilitating our sustained growth and leadership in the data center industry as we continue to meet our clients’ needs.”

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NTT DATA currently operates 48 data centers in seven countries in EMEA, with more than 429 MW of critical IT load and 212 MW of planned expansion. This new development reportedly expands NTT DATA’s market presence in Berlin, complementing its existing Berlin 1 and Berlin 2 campuses.

“Our focus remains on providing additional capacity by expanding our footprint in both Tier 1 and Tier 2 markets in Europe,” said NTT Global Data Centers. “The expansion in Berlin leverages our previous successes in developing and operating data centers across continental Europe and the UK, and we look forward to building this new site in partnership with local authorities and stakeholders.”

As reported by TelecomTalk, in February, the company announced the development of a new data center campus outside of Paris, comprised of approximately 35.5 acres and supporting a planned capacity of 84 MW of critical IT load across three data centers.


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