AtlasEdge has expanded into Austria with the acquisition of a data center in Vienna.

Announced this week, the acquired site is currently part of the Siemens Campus in Vienna-Floridsdorf, which houses an existing data center, with expansion space to become a 10MW facility.

Terms of the deal weren’t shared.

The site, along Leopoldine-Padaurek-Strasse, will be technically and physically separated from the wider campus and will be fully expanded with the new capacity by Q3 2026.

The company said the AtlasEdge Vienna sits on 11,000 sqm (118,405 sq ft), features diverse fiber routes, and has an anchor tenant in situ.

Savills and Modesta advised AtlasEdge on the deal.

"We are very excited to be establishing a presence in Vienna, an attractive market characterized by significant demand for alternative data center operators and ready-to-sell capacity," said Giuliano Di Vitantonio, CEO, AtlasEdge.

"Closing this transaction is a testament to our ability to execute ambitious M&A on a pan-European scale. In addition to serving as a platform for the local market, this also acts as another catalyst for AtlasEdge’s expansion plans.”

NTT and Digital Realty operate campuses in Vienna. Microsoft is working on an Austrian cloud region in the city.

Formed as a joint venture between telecoms company Liberty Global and digital infrastructure fund DigitalBridge in 2021, data center operator AtlasEdge plans to run 100 Edge data centers across Europe. Digital Realty has also invested in the company.

In November 2021, Atlas acquired twelve data centers across Europe from Colt Data Centre Services (DCS). 2022 also saw Atlas acquire a data center in Leeds, UK; the company is also building two data centers in Manchester. The company recently launched a new facility in Hamburg, Germany.