Alblasserdam, 10 December 2018: Dataplace, the Netherlands' leading carrier-neutral and regional datacenter operator, plans to build a Tier III datacenter in Hoofddorp. The new datacenter will be built for full 2N configuration and will showcase state-of-the-art technologies. This fifth datacenter location enables Dataplace to strengthen its position in the regional, national as well as international datacenter market
Dataplace already offers excellent regional coverage in the Netherlands through its four geographically dispersed Tier III datacenters. As these datacenters are linked through multiple fiber-optic rings, Dataplace provides national coverage which is ideally suited to twin datacenter solutions, for example. The addition of a fifth datacenter location in the Amsterdam region makes Dataplace an attractive partner for foreign businesses seeking a network spanning the entire Netherlands. This expansion sees Dataplace anticipate future technological developments, including 5G and IoT, which highlight the importance of having a datacenter close to users.
Gerben van der Veen, Managing Director of Dataplace, explains further: ”Dataplace has grown from a regional player into a datacenter operator offering nationwide coverage in the Netherlands.By expanding our footprint with a fifth location in the Amsterdam region, we now offer a unique proposition to national and international customers seeking a network spanning the entire country. I believe that Dataplace is ready for the future, since the latest technological developments, such as 5G, cloud propositions and IoT, are set to drastically alter the datacenter landscape in the Netherlands."
The new datacenter will be positioned in the market under the name 'Dataplace Amsterdam' and will enable Dataplace to extend services to its ever growing circle of customers. Construction of the datacenter will start around January 2019, with the opening of Dataplace Amsterdam provisionally scheduled for Q3 2019. Dataplace will keep you updated on the progress of construction work through www.dataplace.com and social media.
Dataplace was formed in 2010 and has been part of the Eurofiber Group since 2016. It provides high-quality (twin) datacenter services from four modern carrier-neutral Tier III datacenters in the Rotterdam, Utrecht, Arnhem and Brabant regions. Dataplace has ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001, ISO 50001 and NEN 7510 certification as well as ISAE-3402 type II certification. Dataplace's distinctive profile is expressed in its knowledge and experience of datacenter management and in its personal attention to customers. Many IT-related businesses, government departments and other public authority bodies, healthcare institutions and listed companies now use its services. Dataplace's customers give its services a general rating of 8.5. For more information: www.dataplace.com
About Eurofiber Group
Eurofiber has been the provider of industry-leading open digital infrastructure since 2000. With our fiber-optic network and secure datacenters we provide companies, government bodies and non-profit organisations with a future-proof, smart and open infrastructure. This allows our customers to tap into the full potential of digital innovation. Customers have complete freedom to choose the services, applications and providers they need. Supplementing an extensive fiber-optic network in the Netherlands and Belgium as well as four regional datacenters, Eurofiber also offers solutions for fully flexible interconnectivity between over 50 datacenters in the Netherlands.
In this way Eurofiber's smart open digital infrastructure is laying the foundations for the digitalization of our society. The Dutch government has assigned Eurofiber the status of ‘vital infrastructure’. Since 2000, Eurofiber has installed more than 28,000 km of fiber-optic cable and expands its network by 40 kilometres per week on average. The services of the company have been placed in five companies: Eurofiber The Netherlands, Eurofiber Belgium, Dataplace, UNET, DCspine.