Stack Infrastructure announces Frankfurt data centre campus

Stack Infrastructure has plans to develop an 80MW data centre campus in Germany to meet the changing demands of its clients

Stack Infrastructure has announced it plans to develop an 80MW data centre campus in Frankfurt (Liederbach), Germany. 

The new site will enable Stack to fulfil strategic client requirements and provide essential capacity in the city’s constrained data centre market.

The company acquired the 17-acre site from Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Deutschland GmbH (CCEP DE), who operated a bottling and distribution plant at the location for more than 50 years.

“The Municipality of Liederbach is proud to welcome its first data centre campus and to facilitate an ever more connected world. We are confident that Stack will bring several short- and long-term advantages as well as new perspectives to our town and the area so we welcome them and look forward to supporting their growth,” said Eva Söllner, Mayor of Liederbach.

Meeting changing demands 

Focused on energy efficiency and sustainability, the campus will accommodate four facilities which will contribute to a circular economy through the deployment of innovative green technologies such as rainwater harvesting and the provision of excess heat to a proposed local residential development.

“Stack prides itself on being a trusted partner to our clients. We recognise that there is an overwhelming demand for fast, flexible, resilient, and efficient data centre infrastructure in Frankfurt, so we’ve taken up the call to deliver exactly what our clients expect. We relish the opportunity to be a positive force in the local community while delivering world-class solutions backed by Stack’s global platform,” said John Eland, CEO of Stack EMEA.

Stack has been establishing a scalable presence across EMEA since it first launched in the region earlier this year. The Frankfurt campus is the company’s eighth European location, joining Stack’s growing EMEA portfolio in Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Milan, Geneva, Avenches, and Zurich. 


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