Frankfurt II

Sossenheim, Frankfurt

FRANKFURT II

 

CyrusOne Frankfurt II is a brand new purpose-built data center offering cloud providers, systems integrators and multinational corporations customised, secure and resilient data center solutions within a key business hub.

The facility is strategically located in Sossenheim, the preferred location for data centers in Frankfurt, Germany’s “Digital City”. It sits adjacent to CyrusOne’s Frankfurt I, delivering 17.6 MW of IT power to 8,395 sq m of world-class technical space, with each data suite customised to individual client specifications.

We are able to offer a range of solutions from wholesale to resilient co-location and suites of additional data center management services.

CyrusOne Data Center
Leonhard-Heißwolf-Str. 4
65936 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Frankfurt II – Highlights

  • Overview
  • Power
  • Cooling
  • Security
  • Fire Protection
  • Amenities

  • 17.6 MW of IT power delivered to 8,395 sq m of world-class technical space
  • Active / Active 110 kV dual redundant power supplies with fully flexible IT power solutions
  • Connection to the European high voltage grid via two independent substations
  • Ultra-low PUE through the use of Indirect Adiabatic Air Cooling to each data hall
  • Highly resilient, concurrently maintainable power and cooling to Tier III+
  • Carrier neutral access and diverse fibre connectivity to active A&B Meet Me Rooms from multiple telecommunication providers
  • Bespoke and scalable data halls
  • Dedicated offices, buildroom and/or ancillary space adjacent to each hall
  • Dedicated N+N electrical infrastructure to each data hall
  • Secure managed delivery bay with 3-tonne goods lifts
  • Multilayer industry-leading levels of physical and electronic security
  • 24 x 7 x 365 onsite support delivered by Zenium’s multilingual in-house facilities management and security teams

  • N+1 Indirect Adiabatic Air Cooling to each data hall resulting in ultra-low PUE
  • Cooling infrastructure individually managed and linked to BMS
  • Independently regulated temperature and humidity to each space utilising hot aisle containment
  • A&B Power Supplies to cooling equipment for full redundancy (local ATS’s)
  • Highly resilient, concurrently maintainable power and cooling to Tier III+
  • 1,300 mm return air plenum with 3000 mm clear height in the data hall

  • Three-stage fire detection systems into data halls and UPS plant areas
  • VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus) in data halls and UPS plant rooms for early warning
  • Fire detection in all rooms, ceiling return air plenums and in voids as required
  • Gas suppression to data halls and UPS rooms with dedicated bottles
  • Double knock approach gas suppression to all areas, single zone activation
  • Fire detection and suppression systems interconnected to central BMS
  • Operated with 17.6 MW of IT power
  • Active / Active 110 kV dual redundant power supplies with fully flexible IT power solutions
  • Connection to the European high voltage grid via two independent substations
  • N+N power solutions dedicated to each hall
  • Minimum N+N UPS with 10-minute battery back-up as standard
  • Fully rated N+1 MV back-up generators with 48-hour fuel autonomy at full load, capable of continuous running
  • Re-fueling contracts in place to ensure timely replacement
  • All IT power metered and charged as consumed at dedicated MV meters

  • High security perimeter fence
  • External CCTV and Geoquip trembler wire to fence
  • Vehicle lock to site entrance with dual gates and physical ram protection
  • 24 x 7 x 365 on-site security located in secure control room
  • Extensive CCTV and access control throughout the facility
  • Progressive layers of security restrict access throughout the site and facility
  • Mantraps with biometric readers into data halls if required

  • Power and building monitoring systems to provide alarms
  • Power surge management
  • 24 x 7 x 365 on-site M&E engineers undertaking Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) programmes
  • Real-time monitoring of electrical and mechanical systems