Atman Data Center Warsaw-3 will be built before the end of 2024
Atman has purchased a plot of land to build another data center. The 5.5-hectare site is located in Duchnice near Ożarów Mazowiecki. The Atman Data Center Warsaw-3 campus with a target IT capacity of 43 MW is scheduled to open in Q4 2024.
In December 2022, Atman finalized the purchase of a plot of land where the operator’s third Warsaw data center will be built. Duchnice, a village in the municipality of Ożarów Mazowiecki, located at a favorable distance from the border of Warsaw, with convenient access by highway and rail, was chosen. Locating the data center there allows it to have the necessary power supply and telecommunications connectivity, while excluding risks from flooding, aircraft traffic and other hazards.
“Atman’s completion of the purchase of the land for its fourth data center location follows our long-term investment strategy. In a broader perspective, it is also a contribution to the development of the domestic data center market, which is attractive to customers of all scales and competitive when compared to mature Western markets. This strategy furthers our mission: to provide continuous access to data. We are able to implement it effectively, commissioning more colocation facilities and providing services of uncompromising quality there,” emphasized Sławomir Koszołko, President of the Management Board of Atman sp. z o.o.
The Atman Data Center Warsaw-3 (WAW-3) campus will consist of 3 buildings housing a total of 36 data halls – nearly 19,000 sqm of colocation space. Customers will have 43 MW of power available exclusively to feed IT equipment (WAW-3’s total capacity will exceed 58 MW).
The design of the WAW-3 campus includes separate security zones for each colocation building and full logistics infrastructure, including parking lots, truck access roads, loading docks and warehouses.
For the operational launch of WAW-3, Atman will prepare 1 of 3 buildings, including customized data halls for customers leasing entire chambers. Atman’s pace of commissioning further buildings depends on the intensity of customer interest in colocation services.