NTT Com acquires German data center firm e-shelter

Staff writer
08 Jul 2015

NTT Com said it acquired a 86.7% stake in e-shelter, a European operator of data center services, with ABRY Partners, a private equity investment firm.

The acquisition is said to elevate NTT Com’s data center space in Europe to 92,000 square meters in nine cities, up from 19,500 square meters in four cities.

As the designer, builder and operator of high-availability data centers, e-shelter offers infrastructure based on the highest standards of physical security and operational reliability.

The company, led by CEO Rupprecht Rittweger, was established in 2000. It operates over 70,000 square meter of server room space, including 40,000 square meters at its main site in Frankfurt, Europe’s largest data center facility.

The company has additional sites in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich, as well as in Vienna, Austria and Zurich, Switzerland. Clients of e-shelter include providers of financial, telecom, IT and cloud services, and governmental institutions.

NTT Com meanwhile announced that Enterprise Mail, itscloud service for mail and optional functions, is available in Thailand and Indonesia, effective immediately.

NTT Com first launched its popular Enterprise Mail service in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam in July 2014. Built on a platform based in Singapore, it provides stable, low-latency mail services to multinationals and other companies operating in the fast-growing APAC region.

Companies setting up business in the Thai or Indonesian markets are expected to take advantage of Enterprise Mail as a high-quality yet highly affordable service.

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