Netherlands’ leading carrier-neutral data center operator, Dataplace has opened a new Tier III data center designed for full 2N configuration and showcases proven technologies in the field of continuity, security, and sustainability. The new data center is located in Parellaan in Hoofddorp and it is fully operational since the 1st of May.
2,000 square meters data center floor area
The total floor area of the data center is roughly 4,500 square meters and the data center floor area is 2,000 square meters. The facility also allows Dataplace to provide its high-quality data center services in the Amsterdam metropolitan area.
The company also stated that the location makes Dataplace an attractive partner for national as well as international organizations. Gerben van der Veen, Managing Director of Dataplace said,
“As business activity in the Amsterdam metropolitan area continues to grow rapidly, demand for colocation services is also increasing. We are delighted that we can now provide data center solutions in the region from this brand-new location.
Dataplace is a leading national player, and the opening of our sixth datacenter at this location allows us also to raise our international profile while retaining our regional personality and personal approach as well as a strong customer focus.”
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