Monday, December 9, 2013

Interxion Plans 7th Data Center in Amsterdam

Interxion announced plans to build a seventh data center in Amsterdam.

AMS 7 will be built in six phases, with the first four phases providing approximately 4,600m2 square meters (49,000 square feet) of equipped space and approximately 8.2 MW of customer available power.

David Ruberg, Interxion’s Chief Executive Officer said: “The continued demand for carrier-neutral data centre space that Interxion is experiencing in Amsterdam is largely driven by cloud service providers looking to serve the developing European cloud market by utilising the international connectivity present in the Amsterdam area. AMS7 is being built in response to clearly defined specific customer demand that has resulted from our focus on acquiring magnetic applications and then working to develop the communities of interest around them.”

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