T-Mobile has launched a new data center in Warsaw, Poland.
The Deutsche Telekom-owned telco said the new 4,300 sq m (46,200 sq ft), three-story facility at Szlachecka offers more than 1,700 sq m (18,300 sq ft) of colocation space across eight data halls. The company said it has also secured a large business customer in the financial industry, which has taken 250 sqm (2,700 sq ft). The new facility reportedly has a PUE of 1.3.
“Our transformation from a telecommunications operator to a comprehensive technology company, would not be possible without the continuous development of cloud technologies and investments in modern data processing centers,” said Andreas Maierhofer, president of T-Mobile Polska. “I am very pleased that as one of the largest cloud service providers in Poland, we can support our partners in the rapid digital transformation.”
T-Mobile says it has half a dozen data processing centers in the country across Warsaw, Krakow, and Wrocław.