As a strategic partner and shareholder since September 2022, Digital Transformation Capital Partners (DTCP) has strengthened its commitment to maincubes investing again in the successful growth strategy of the data center operator. DTCP has acquired additional shares from co-owner Art-Invest Real Estate, thereby becoming the majority shareholder. This milestone puts maincubes on a path to becoming a leading European data center operator, accelerating its planned expansion with robust support. Alongside DTCP as a promoter of digital transformation, additional shareholders include Art-Invest Real Estate as a real estate investor and developer, as well as CEO and founder Oliver Menzel.

maincubes presence includes data center campuses in Frankfurt, Amsterdam, and Berlin, with four newly planned and largely pre-leased data centers coming in Frankfurt/Rhein-Main and Berlin. maincubes’ agenda is geared toward significantly expanding its offering of colocation spaces in Europe for the IT infrastructure of tomorrow. The demand for infrastructure is soaring, especially due to the increasing investments and demand by companies and government agencies in digitization and AI. Since its inception, maincubes has focused on providing highly secure, reliable, scalable, and sustainable colocation environments, outfitting its data centers with cutting-edge technology and 100% green energy.

DTCP, as an investor in digital transformation in Europe, is an ideal partner to help continue the success story of maincubes meeting the security and sustainability requirements of various industries . maincubes’ customers include the public sector, leading national and international companies, cloud and service providers, and other IT service providers who place a high value on a sustainable, reliable, and high-performing digital infrastructure.

In the spring of 2023, maincubes secured additional financing of €1.035B for its next growth phase. With the support of DTCP as the majority shareholder, along with Art-Invest Real Estate, maincubes is taking the next step in its clearly defined growth strategy, developing large data center projects with a focus on sustainability.

"With the intensification of our collaboration with DTCP, we can secure more resources and expertise to implement our growth. We look forward to continuing our successful partnership, as we aim to make the data center market in Europe not only highly secure but also more energy-efficient and sustainable," said Oliver Menzel, CEO of maincubes.

About DTCP (Digital Transformation Capital Partners)

DTCP is an independent investment management firm focused on digital transformation. DTCP Infra invests in fiber networks, mobile towers and data centers. DTCP Growth invests in leading cloud-based enterprise application software companies. The driving force behind the firm’s strategies is the belief that the convergence of networks, devices and the internet is creating more wealth, disrupting more businesses, and unleashing more innovation than any force in the history of technology. DTCP and its affiliates have offices in Hamburg, London, Luxembourg, San Francisco, Seoul and Tel Aviv. To learn more about DTCP, please visit

About Art-Invest Real Estate

Art-Invest Real Estate is a long-term oriented investor, asset manager and developer of real estate in prime locations with value creation potential. It focuses on the metropolitan regions in Germany, Austria and Great Britain. Art-Invest Real Estate pursues a “Manage to Core” investment strategy with institutional investors, selected joint venture partners and with its own capital.  The range of investments spans the entire return and risk spectrum in the office, inner-city retail, hotel, residential and data center sectors. Art-Invest Real Estate currently manages total real estate assets of around EUR 8 billion. More info


Press release DTCP Becomes Majority Shareholder in maincubes Strengthening Data Center Operator's Growth Strategy with Increased Investment

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Headquarter Frankfurt/Germany

Location Schiphol-Rijk/The Netherlands