Publishing Date: 12/03/2021
New 900,000 sq ft data centre coming to Atlanta, Georgia
A large new data centre development is being built by an as-yet-unnamed company in Stanton Springs, Georgia.
The 630-acre project involves multiple phases valued from $550 million to $750 million developed over the next decade. The first phase of the project could finish by the end of 2026, according to the agreement.
Phase one will reportedly be a building with 900,000 sq ft (83,600 sqm) of interior space, with the three subsequent phases each adding 400,000 sq ft (37,100 sqm) of interior space per facility.
Digital Realty's Interxion to build third data centre in Belgium
The new BRU3 facility will be adjacent to existing facilities on the Interxion Brussels Campus in the capital. The first phase of construction is due for completion in Q4 2021 and will measure nearly 1,280 sq m (13,700 sq ft).
The BRU3 facility will send its excess generated heat to warm local households through a new sustainable district heating project being launched in Zaventem.
Princeton Digital Group announces data centre campus in Mumbai, India
Princeton Digital Group (PDG) is building a 48MW multi-story data centre campus in Navi Mumbai (New Bombay), India.
The greenfield campus will have two buildings and will be aimed at hyperscale companies. It will be ready for service in 2022, according to the announcement from the Singapore-based APAC data centre developer.
The campus consists of two adjacent multi-story buildings with six data floors, giving a total of 12 data halls, each with 4MW of power.
Equinix opens hyperscale sites in Tokyo, Paris, and London, details plans for five more
Equinix has announced the opening of hyperscale data centres in Tokyo and Paris, and detailed plans for five more globally as part of its $3 billion xScale data centre program.
The company announced it had launched facilities in Japan, France, and the UK in Q1 2021, and had plans for more facilities in Japan, Germany, and Brazil later in the year or early 2022.