Yondr to develop largest data centre campus in Slough

Yondr Group has announced it is to develop the largest data centre campus in slough, further continuing its global expansion

Yondr Group, a leading global service provider of data centres today confirmed plans to develop the largest data centre campus located in Slough. The company says that the first phase will see the development of a 30MW facility, which is expected to be ready for service by the first quarter of 2023. The data centre campus will have a total capacity of 100MW when fully completed

“Being located in Slough will allow us to serve our clients in the most sought-after metro in the United Kingdom,” said Paul Hood, Managing Director of Operations, EMEA at Yondr Group. “We are excited to bolster our growing global presence with the addition of Slough while continuing to transform the data centre industry,” he added.

Located on the outskirts of London, Slough represents a key strategic site in the company’s rapidly growing portfolio of global data centres. Yondr recently announced a US$2bn investment to expand its operations into the Americas, with the acquisition of 270 acres of prime real estate in Northern Virginia and a US$1bn joint venture partnership with the Everstone Group to develop and operate data centres in India.  

Yondr strives to meet future data centre power demands 


Yondr took a unique and creative approach to ensuring it is able to meet the future power demands of its data centres. With a close partnership with the local municipality and energy infrastructure partners, Yondr is able to deliver power and capacity at scale, solving a known constraint in this metro.

The company has also made several biodiversity and community development commitments, which include working with the Wildlife Trust and supporting STEM UK Learning’s ENTHUSE programme by partnering with local schools. 

Yondr’s mission is to meet growing businesses’ data centre capacity and technical real estate needs faster, more elegantly and with better performance outcomes than anyone else. It self-funds, designs, delivers, and operates data centre facilities globally.



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