InterXion (NYSE:INXN, news) today detailed some of its expansion plans for 2013. The European data center specialist will be building a new data center in Stockholm, and expanding existing facilities in both Frankfurt and Copenhagen.
The Stockholm facility will be their second in the Swedish capital, going by the name STO2, and will be delivered in two phases of 500 square meters each. The first is scheduled to go online in Q2 of this year, and they have 2MW of customer power lined up already.
Meanwhile, in Denmark Interxion will be expanding their CPH1 facility, adding 300 square meters of equipped space. Combined with the Stockholm buildout, the capex price tag will come to €17M.
Further south in the major European hub of Frankfurt, Interxion will be building out a third phase of its FRA6 facility. The additional 600 square meters will cost them €5 in capex, and should be online later this quarter. They just opened FRA7 last Spring of course.
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