CyrusOne to build largest colocation data center in Dublin, Ireland

CyrusOne to build largest colocation data center in Dublin, Ireland

Global data center REIT CyrusOne has started the construction works of its first data center campus in Dublin, Ireland. Located in Grange Castle Business Park South, the first phase of the advanced facility will be ready for occupation in Q4 2020.

”When complete the site will have a total power of 74MW and is already responding to customer requests for space,” said the company in a press release.

Tesh Durvasula, CyrusOne’s President – Europe, hosted an event this week to mark the beginning of construction for its new Dublin I data center site, where guests included senior representatives from local government, residents and industry leaders. Attendees were offered a presentation which showcased the work CyrusOne is undertaking for the development of Dublin I, as well as partnering with Ireland’s most experienced data construction teams and the company’s extensive efforts to ensure a sustainable build and to preserve local wildlife.

Upon completion, the Dublin I campus will comprise three separate two-story buildings, offering 360,000 square feet of world-class data center space in one of Europe’s most coveted data center locations. The site is the largest colocation data center currently under construction in Ireland.

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“Ireland is an incredibly attractive place to do business, and Dublin in particular has established itself as one of the world’s thriving tech hubs.The level of demand for spaces from enterprise customers has been great, even in these early stages of construction,” said Tesh Durvasula, President – Europe, CyrusOne.

“We’ve made a clear commitment to expansion in Europe and building our presence in Dublin sits at the center of this strategy. Our modular approach, which enables us to build data centers quickly and efficiently, is perfectly suited to such a vibrant market where demand is expected to accelerate over time,” concluded Mr. Durvasula.