Asite announced the opening of a new data center in the European Union. The data center will support infrastructure developments and capital projects in the region, ensuring that information for projects within the EU will remain in the EU.
The key area of growth
The primary data center is located in the Netherlands capital city Amsterdam, with the disaster recovery site located in Frankfurt, Germany. Its disaster recovery service model will deliver failover in the event of an unplanned incident, natural or human-induced, by transferring operations to a reliable backup and ensuring the seamless recovery of data.
Devendra Gera, Chief Technology Officer of Asite said,
“The opening of Asite’s newest data center in the EU marks another milestone in our commitment to ensure the data and intellectual property of our clients is securely stored and in accordance with the local regulations of their projects. The EU is a key area of growth for Asite, and we hope Asite clients see the opening of this new data center as a clear show of our commitment to the region.”
Asite has worked on a number of projects across the EU including the Oosterweel Link in Antwerp for improving accessibility, traffic safety, and the quality of life in the Antwerp region.
The opening of the new data center in the Netherlands follows the recent opening of an Asite data center in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.