EU-Central Region

Our European Data Center Hub

Overview

Located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, our EU-Central data center provides minimal latency to European locations. There's never a question of network speed. Your servers are directly connected to two of Europe's largest Internet exchanges (AMS-IX and NL-IX).

Our EU-Central region provides speedy access to European and Asian users while still guaranteeing our 24/7/365 Heroic Support. Our geographically diverse locations allow you to enhance your hosting by adding servers closer to your users.

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EU - Central Region

Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Data Centres: 1
Providers: Level 3, Cogent

Established: 2014
Zones: 1

Data Centers in This Region
A 6748

Amsterdam Data Center
Capacity: 8,000-25,000 Servers
PCI-DSS Compliant
ISAE 3402 Compliant
ISO9001 Certified
ISO14001 Certified
ISO27001 Certified
AMS-IX Compliant

CURIOUS HOW OUR NETWORK PERFORMS?

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Note: Speeds are limited by your local device's connection. Users on a Mobile device using 3g will see significantly slower speeds than those hardwired to a DSL/Cable Modem.

Power System
  • 12.5 MW current capacity
  • 60 MW maximum capacity
  • 20x 1.25 MW diesel generators
  • 2N power redundancy
  • 200+ watts per sq. ft power densities
  • PUE 1.2 efficiency rating
Security
  • 24/7/365 on-site and mobile guards
  • 3 meter perimeter fencing, secured loading dock, and window-less building
  • Multi-level access authorization with biometric scan, electronic ID, and 24/7/365 monitored alarms
  • State of the art closed circuit tv security cameras (inside & outside)
Network Gear
  • Diverse paths into building
  • Dedicated meet-me room
  • Bandwidth co-op solutions
  • Carrier neutral
  • On-net transport to most major global cities
Cooling
  • N+1 redundancy
  • Hal 1,2,3, and 4: Closed loop chilled water with CRAC units and free air coolers
  • Hal 5 and 6: Indirect adiabatic system