nLighten: Berlin

Albert-Einstein-Ring 17

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In February 2023, nLighten acquired the site from Exa Infrastructure.

In May 2018, GTT acquired the Berlin site in a $2.3 billion acquisition of Interoute. (TR PR Source)

  • Gross size of data centre: 3200 m²
  • Net size of customer space: 486 m²
  • Building type: Steel-concrete
  • Building tenure: Leasehold
  • Number of data suites: 2
  • Suit expansion available: Yes
  • Max floor loading capacity: 1500 kg/m²
  • Max raise floor height: 900 mm

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ISO 27001
ISO 20000
PCI DSS
ISAE 3402 / SSAE 16

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Sites within 15 miles of nLighten: Berlin

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6.78 miles maincubes: BER01
Maincubes has secured approval to construct its BER01 data center on the Berlin GoWest campus in Germany, with completion slated for 2025.
7.28 miles Vantage: BER1 Bldg 3
Vantage Data Centers is constructing the third facility within its Berlin 1 campus.
7.35 miles Vantage: BER1 Bldg 2
Vantage has opened a second data center on its 25-acre Berlin I campus. The two-story facility spans across 130,000 sq ft (12,000 sqm) of space.
7.38 miles Vantage Berlin BER1
Berlin I data center campus, located in Brandenburg Park, sits on 25 acres (10 hectares) off Bundesstrasse 101.
7.47 miles Vantage: BER1 Bldg 4
Vantage data center plans to build the Fourth facility within its Berlin 1 campus.
7.74 miles Vodafone D2 Berlin
7.90 miles I/P/B Kitzingstraße
7.90 miles Level3 Berlin Kitzingstraße
7.99 miles NTT Berlin 2 (Marienpark)
In 2022, NTT launched its second data center campus in Berlin, Germany, located at Lankwitzer Strasse 45-47. The initial phase of construction includes two data centers (2A & 2B), offering over 9,700 m² of IT space.
8.00 miles NTT: Berlin 2D
8.01 miles NTT: Berlin 2C
8.04 miles NTT: Berlin 2B
In 2022, NTT launched its second data center campus in Berlin, Germany, located at Lankwitzer Strasse 45-47. The initial phase of construction includes two data centers (2A & 2B), offering over 9,700 m² of IT space.
8.54 miles Speedbone Berlin
8.54 miles euNetworks Berlin
9.24 miles NTT Berlin 1
9.86 miles Colt Berlin
9.94 miles ITENOS Berlin
9.94 miles I/P/B Lützowstraße
10.48 miles Level3 Berlin Gradestraße
10.65 miles NTT: Berlin 3 (Brieselang)
NTT Data is expanding its presence in Berlin with a third campus, located in Brieselang, 18 miles west of the city.
12.71 miles Data Castle: Berlin 1
Data Castle, a joint venture between US-based Angelo Gordon and Munich's DCD Data Center Developers GmbH, has acquired a new data center project in Berlin Spandau.
15.94 miles Bluestar Data Centre
Dutch realtor Van Caem and developer Prea Group have unveiled plans for a massive data center campus in Berlin's Lichtenberg district.
17.61 miles Yondr Berlin
18.98 miles Vantage Berlin II
Located only 20 kilometers from BER1 campus and 10 kilometers from the Brandenburg International Airport, the campus is situated on 12 acres (five hectares) and features two data centers.
19.02 miles Vantage: Berlin II Bldg 2
Located only 20 kilometers from BER1 campus and 10 kilometers from the Brandenburg International Airport, the campus is situated on 12 acres (five hectares) and features two data centers.
19.39 miles Penta Infra: BER01
19.42 miles Penta Infra: BER02
Penta Infra's second data center building is located in Florastraße area of Berlin, Germany.

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nLighten is a digital infrastructure platform owned by I Squared Capital, a leading global infrastructure investor. The company is developing innovative edge data centers distributed across European key economic hubs to provide best-in-class network access to regional, national, and global enterprises, private users, and the mobile workforce. Through the strategic distribution of its edge data centers, nLighten is working towards establishing a pan-European presence in all major cities and providing access to low latency and proximity to end users across Europe.
The edge data centers developed by nLighten are designed to meet the increasing demand for faster and more reliable data processing and storage, while also being mindful of environmental impact. nLighten was founded in 2021 by a core team with many years of experience and wide-ranging expertise in the data center sector. The team's main motivation was to create the next step for the data center industry and align edge data centers with the green transition.

nLighten's goal is to build and operate the leading pan-European edge data center platform. The company's focus on strategic locations, low latency, and environmental consciousness positions it as an innovative player in the European digital infrastructure landscape.

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10 Markets Served
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