Data Center 2 is AI-Ready, a Polish data center, cloud, and Managed Services provider and data center owner, launches a colocation offering for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and High-Performance Computing (HPC) solutions. is the first data center service provider in Central Europe to announce full readiness to securely and sustainably colocate IT infrastructure compliant with the technological requirements of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The company offers colocation services for the AI sector on a multi-tier campus with a target capacity of 42 MW, located halfway between Berlin and Warsaw in Poznan.

The AI colocation service is delivered from new data halls adapted for high-density IT infrastructure ranging anywhere from 40-100 kW per rack which are located in’s Data Center 2. One of the critical advantages of’s new offer is the ability to host any of the available liquid cooling technologies in dedicated data halls. The operator is prepared to implement solutions defined by customers and also to internally design liquid cooling-based colocation environments.

The demand for hosting AI environments is growing exponentially, hence our decision to adapt select data halls in’s Data Center 2 to the requirements brought by the explosion of AI. We are ready from both a technology and a competence perspective to accommodate customers from the AI, Machine Learning, and High-Performance Computing sectors, says Piotr Kowalski, Head of Innovation at The key challenge in hosting AI-dedicated equipment is a proper selection of liquid cooling solutions. We spent the past year familiarizing ourselves with the technologies available on the market, including direct-to-chip and immersion cooling technologies, and becoming operationally prepared to launch colocation services for AI. Our key differentiator is in our flexible approach to selection of types of solutions, which provides technological freedom to our customers. We do not force pre-defined scenarios. We are open to arranging data halls to best meet customer requirements. Data Center 2, where the AI colocation service is delivered, is powered by certified, 100% renewable energy and offers very high energy efficiency (PUE) of 1.2. It positions Data Center 2 at the forefront of low-carbon facilities in Europe, significantly reducing the carbon footprint of the colocated IT infrastructure and lowering the running operating costs – especially from energy – for customers.

We have been engaged in discussions with European AI technology-based companies for some time and have verified the attractiveness of our offer. We have a state-of-the-art facility, entirely powered by green energy and distinguished by its high energy efficiency, with colocation space and power available immediately. For the most demanding customers, we can secure the cost of green energy based on long-term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). What’s more, we are prepared for the rapid expansion of the Poznan campus in terms of space and energy based on a contractually guaranteed power connection. Any customer, not only from the AI sector, can safely plan the expansion of their IT infrastructure on our campus, adds Wojciech Stramski, CEO. 

Data Center 2 is among the most secure facilities in Europe. It is the only data center in the European Union with EN 50600 Class 4 norm and ANSI/TIA-942 Rated 4 certification, confirming the highest security standards for data center facilities. Data Center is characterized by 100% uptime since its commissioning in 2016. The company’s additional certifications  ensure the quality of services provided and compliance with international standards: ISO 27001, PCI DSS, SOC 2 type 1, and type 2. Based on its data center infrastructure, can provide multi-tier colocation services according to customer demand from its 42 MW campus.

The company has been delivering IT services for almost 20 years and is a partner of global providers such as Intel, HPE, Dell Technologies, VMware, Microsoft, Veeam, and others. Customers opting for’s services have access to a comprehensive infrastructure maintenance offering from a single provider that includes colocation, connectivity, private, hybrid, and public clouds, supported by a wide range of Managed Services provided by 80+ high-level technical experts. currently serves around 500 Polish and international companies. 100% of the shares in are owned by Kulczyk Investments SA, a global single-family office of Polish origin with a presence in more than 30 countries on 4 continents.


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