Macquarie Capital, as lead investor, Flemish investment company PMV and infrastructure fund EPICo² have become majority investors in KevlinX, a pan-European data center platform.
KevlinX develops and operates high-performance data centers for large enterprises, governments and cloud companies. The company has commenced construction of its first 32-megawatt data center in Brussels as part of its growth expansion across Europe.
“The data center sector is critical to the global digital transformation and is experiencing accelerated growth by surging demand for data center capacity,” said KevlinX founder Barro Luitjes and CFO Egbert Ho. “We are excited to provide customers with wholesale colocation solutions in the Brussels-Capital Region through a facility that sets new standards in Belgium when it comes to quality, connectivity, cloud access, security and sustainability.”