Carrier-neutral data center operator Datacenter.com announced that phase 2 of its Amsterdam AMS1 data center is completed. Datacenter.com CEO Jochem Steman claims that the expansion was necessary due to the strong demand from domestic and international companies. Also, cloud computing customers are looking to reduce their IT infrastructure expenses.
The floor area of the data center has been increased by 30% to 1.800 square meters, which allows 250 more cabinets to be stored in the data center and 1,5 megawatt of additional power supply. AMS1 is located in the southeast of Amsterdam, on the fiber network routes from international carriers.
Datacenter.com CEO Jochem Steman also said:
“Amsterdam continues to be a major central hub for data centers and our customers require top of the line infrastructure and flexible offerings. We continue to strategically expand Datacenter.com’s footprint based on customer and market demands” Datacenter.com CEO Jochem Steman said. “Datacenter.com’s innovative data center offering provides significant operational efficiencies and costs benefits for our customers. We look forward to continuing to support our valued existing customers and new customers at our Datacenter.com AMS1 facility and other locations to meet their data center needs and meet them as quickly as possible.”