DUBLIN, May 28 /PRNewswire/ --

Digital Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: DLR), the world's largest wholesale datacentre provider, has completed a Turn-Key Datacentre(SM) lease agreement with ServeCentric (www.servecentric.com), Ireland's leading managed services and data centre operator. Under this agreement, ServeCentric will expand its footprint in Digital Realty Trust's property in Dublin.

Digital Realty Trust's Turn-Key Datacentres(SM) enable managed services companies like ServeCentric to respond rapidly to their customers' needs with an ideal datacentre environment to support their mission critical applications. Our Turn-Key Datacentres(SM) significantly reduce the amount of time required to bring a new datacentre online, from months or years to only weeks. That is a tremendous competitive advantage to datacentre operators and hosting companies that are seeing strong demand for their services, said Brent Behrman, Vice President of Digital Realty Trust.

Digital Realty Trust Turn-Key Datacentre(SM) facilities provide state-of-the-art environments for supporting mission critical infrastructure, with advanced cooling, power, redundancy, and sustainability features to ensure that critical applications are available while optimising energy efficiency. Digital Realty Trust's Turn-Key Datacentres(SM) are scalable from hundreds of kilowatts of IT load to megawatts of IT load and are located in markets throughout North America and Europe. Each Turn-Key Datacentre(SM) facility is physically secure and features a state-of-the-art power and cooling architecture that has been optimised for green operation. Every Turn-Key Datacentre(SM) is built using the company's proprietary POD Architecture(SM) and uses metered power to ensure that clients pay only for the power that they use.

About Digital Realty Trust, Inc.

Digital Realty Trust, Inc. owns, acquires, redevelops, develops and manages technology-related real estate. The Company is focused on providing Turn-Key Datacentre(SM) and Powered Base Building(SM) datacentre solutions for domestic and international tenants across a variety of industry verticals ranging from information technology and internet enterprises, to manufacturing and financial services. Digital Realty Trust's 74 properties, excluding one property held as an investment in an unconsolidated joint venture, contain applications and operations critical to the day-to-day operations of technology industry tenants and corporate enterprise datacentre tenants. Comprising approximately 1.2 million rentable square metres (12.9 million rentable square feet) as of November 5, 2008, including 150,000 square metres (1.6 million square feet) of space held for redevelopment, Digital Realty Trust's portfolio is located in 27 markets throughout North America and Europe. For additional information, please visit Digital Realty Trust's website at http://www.digitalrealtytrust.com.

About ServeCentric

ServeCentric is a wholly owned, private funded, Irish organisation. It was established in August 2002 and has its headquarters in Blanchardstown Corporate Park in Dublin. It is currently Ireland's leading managed services and data centre operator and provides high-quality, scaleable solutions from single cabinet collocation services to full-scale provision of managed services.

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For Additional Information: A. William Stein Pamela A. Matthews Chief Financial Officer and Investor/Analyst Information Chief Investment Officer Digital Realty Trust, Inc. Digital Realty Trust, Inc. +1-415-738-6500 +1-415-738-6500 Chris Crosby Sales Technical Services Digital Realty Trust, Inc. +1-214-231-1350

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