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Data center operator maincubes is developing an international presence and has acquired a Data center in Amsterdam/Schiphol in the Netherlands. The agreement between maincubes and Interoute for the purchase of the “Capronilaan 2 Amsterdam” Data center was concluded last week. Alongside London and Frankfurt, the area around Schiphol airport (Amsterdam) is one of the most coveted locations for Data centers. The proximity to one of the most important and high-performance internet exchanges in Europe, the carrier density and the international hub of the major airport are just some of the arguments behind the huge demand. The Dutch Data center boasts an experienced workforce, which is to be incorporated in its entirety into the new operating company. The location, which currently offers around 1,000 square metres of utilised Data center space, boasts huge potential for expansion for additional customers. At full capacity the Data center can provide more than 4,500 square metres, and maincubes is to make immediate, substantial investments in high-performance technical and operational infrastructure. Talks with large-scale tenants are already underway.
“maincubes has become known for the innovative, high-performance Data center currently being built in the Rhine-Main area. The planning and construction of a new generation of Data centers is part of our strategy. maincubes is a company with an international strategy. With this in mind, we will be taking over additional Data centers in addition to building new ones,” explains Oliver Menzel, Managing Director at maincubes one.
Alongside the rental of Data center space, maincubes offers services that go well beyond the classic offerings of co-location Data center operators. The maincubes Premium Services comprise, amongst other things, a very rapid reaction time, individual contract bundles and technical services such as DCIM, which combines technical components of the Data center operation and the customer’s IT for better resource utilisation.