European Data Center Provider maincubes Signs Up New Companies
December 17, 2018
European data center provider maincubes has signed up two DAX-listed companies and “another high-profile customer active within automotive and telecommunications”. Based in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany, maincubes was established in 2012. Part of the Zech Group, it maintains a network of European data centers that offer “German-engineered colocation data center infrastructure”. By signing up its latest customers the company’s colocation data center in Frankfurt, Germany is now 80% full.
maincubes is expanding across Europe and owns and operates two European colocation data centers. Alongside its 45,208 sq. ft. facility in Frankfurt (FRA01) the company owns and operates ‘AMS01’ in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. maincubes has achieved 80% capacity at the Frankfurt facility after it has been open just over a year. FRA01 offers Siemens’ ‘silent nozzle technology’ to “lower sound pressure and avoid any possible rotating hard disk crashes”. The Frankfurt center has EN50600 and ISO 27001 certifications and robust security. The four-story building is “fenced and staffed with 24/7 dual security personal onsite” and offers bulletproof walls and windows.
“We obviously hit the right spot with our highly efficient and extremely secure colocation data center design, German-engineered facilities so to say,” explained maincubes’ CTO and cofounder Albrecht Kraas. “German-engineered in our case means that we do not take any risks whatsoever when it comes to the data center design and the technologies being implemented. This kind of engineering obviously attracts high standard customers, as we now have two DAX-listed companies signed up as our customers.”