Vantage Data Centers, a provider of data center campuses, announced the delivery of the first facility on its Johannesburg campus, as well as the start of construction on a second data center on its Frankfurt II campus.
Johannesburg Campus (JNB1)
Vantage has opened its first data center (JNB11) in Africa after breaking ground in 2021. The facility offers 16MW of critical IT capacity across 130,000 square feet (12,000 square meters). The project was delivered in 10 months, 10 days ahead of schedule, with zero lost-time incidents over 1.5 million working hours.
With an investment totaling more than $1 billion, Vantage’s 30-acre (12 hectares) campus will include 80MW of IT capacity and more than 650,000 square feet (60,000 square meters) across three data centers once fully developed.
Frankfurt II Campus (FRA2)
Vantage has broken ground on a second facility (FRA22) at its second campus in Frankfurt. The 16MW, 130,000 square feet (12,000 square meters) facility is sited on seven acres (three hectares) in Raunheim. The campus will include 56MW of IT capacity across two data centers.
Vantage is also continuing to develop its first 55MW Frankfurt campus, located in Offenbach, approximately 30 kilometers from Raunheim. Both campuses will offer customers a total of 111MW of IT capacity in the Frankfurt region.
“Vantage continues to develop data center campuses in the most vital locations across EMEA to support some of the world’s leading technology companies,” said Antoine Boniface, president, EMEA at Vantage Data Centers.
Frankfurt II marks Vantage’s ninth campus in EMEA, six of which are now operational (Berlin I, Cardiff, Frankfurt I, Johannesburg, Warsaw and Zurich).