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Rapid Routes to Key Financial Exchanges

One of over 60 such facilities, the Frankfurt data centre supports major international manufacturing, commerce and financial activity, connecting the Deutsche Borse Group with other key exchanges including the London Stock Exchange.

The Frankfurt data centre is a four story, 4,300 sq/ft facility that drives enterprise and finance with scalable colocation-to-cloud and managed services. Complete redundancy, financial grade standard and incremental multi-tier security measures, and dedicated Financial Services specialists secure information. Data moves from the Frankfurt data center via low latency direct links to the central London CenturyLink data center, an ICAP Access Point, which supports ultra-low latency direct access to key foreign exchanges and trading platforms.

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FR6: Frankfurt, Germany

Space: 4,300 sf    Power: .5 MW

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FR6: Frankfurt     Space: 4,300 sf     Power: .5 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Frankfurt International Airport; 25 minutes from Frankfurt
  • Four story building
  • Total building interior (sf) = 4,300
  • Raised floor (mm) = 800

Electrical Summary

  • Interxion provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = .5 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • VESDA provides early warning detection
  • Pre-Action system utilizes two detection methods; one ionized and one photo electric detector interlocked with the dry pipe sprinkler system

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N +1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard

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