T-Mobile and Orange open large data centers, boosting competition

In October 2021, Orange opened a center in Łazy near Warsaw, and in December T-Mobile launched a new data center in Warsaw.

At the end of 2021, two new, large data centers were launched in Poland. Both in and around Warsaw. This is good news, because it means not only an increase in the processing power available to companies, but also greater competition in this market, which both Polish companies offering colocation and cloud services, as well as international suppliers, such as OVHcloud, Microsoft, Google or AWS.

The Orange Warsaw Data Hub, opened on October 11, has a total area of ​​6,700 m2 and offers 1,600 m2 of colocation space divided into four independent server rooms. It is located in Łazy, close to the Warsaw agglomeration, but outside residential and industrial areas and away from water courses, floodplains and railway lines.

T-Mobile Polska launched in December 2021 a new data processing center with a colocation area of ​​over 1,700 m2 and a total of approximately 4,300 m2. The center is located in Warsaw at ul. Szlachecka, next to the T-Mobile Szlachecka A center, which has been built and has been operating for 10 years, and is equipped with 8 server chambers.

“The transformation of T-Mobile 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 centers,” said Andreas Maierhofer, president of T-Mobile Polska, during the opening of the new facility.


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