Secure and flexible space in Amsterdam

Our Amsterdam 1 Data Center is located in the Schiphol-Rijk district of the city, an ideal data center location due to its centrality and excellent connectivity links. It has a total of 7,500+m2 of IT space (17,200m2 once fully built out) and an IT load of 20.7MW (40MW once fully built out). The campus offers high availability, scalable data center server space with high power density, carrier neutrality, flexible colocation spaces, cloud network access, connectivity and on-site support.



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20.7MW of critical IT load (40MW once fully built out), two separate UPS systems (A- and B-supply) with 2N redundancy and two on-site substations delivering 60MVA of power.

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Carrier-neutral, carrier mix from global Tier 1 supplier to regional supplier and redundant Carrier-Meet-Me-Rooms.

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Highly efficient chiller systems with free cooling integrated and separated recoolers.

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24/7 Service Operation Center and Operation Control Center, card swipe entry/exit to all doors and video surveillance systems for the external perimeter, plant areas and data halls.

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Why Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the economic hub of the Netherlands, boasting one of the most important financial centers in Europe. As a data center location, it's risen to become one of the most important colocation ecosystems and occupies the third largest market in Europe. With the city’s leading internet exchange and transatlantic fiber optic connections, Amsterdam’s technical infrastructure serves both as a provider and contributor to today’s digital economy.

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