A THREE-STORY DATA CENTER FACILITY
Web hosting, managed services and cloud-based solutions provider, InMotion Hosting has just announced the opening of its first international data center in Europe.
Located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, the newly launch data center is a purpose-built, three-story facility, that is designed to offers InMotion Hosting customers faster website speeds and better performance.
“Our goal is to provide our clients with the best possible hosting experience. This expansion will allow us to do that,” said John Joseph, Director of Customer Success at InMotion Hosting.
As announced, the new data center is expected to give InMotion Hosting’s customers access to NVMe Hardware, improved network uptime, security monitoring and UltraStack Server Configurations for Performance.
“We are proud to be one of the only hosting providers to offer NVMe drives in our data centers. Cutting-edge backup solutions and complete control over data privacy are also standards in our web hosting plans. We’re committed to giving our clients the most reliable and innovative hosting services. Our state-of-the-art EU data center is one example of how we are fulfilling that commitment,” continued John Joseph.
According to InMotion Hosting, the new expansion into the European Union (EU) offers them a new market of clients’ access and also demonstrates their commitment to providing innovative hosting services.
Recently, Colt Data Centre Services (Colt DCS) also announced the groundbreaking of it new hyperscale data center located in London. Codenamed London 4 Data Center, the new hyperscale data center facility is located in Hayes, West London, and is planned to feature two data center buildings, both of which are to deliver a total of 57MW IT capacity.
Also in Europe, LEW TelNet recently announced that it plans to build new data center facility in Augsburg, Germany. Codenamed LEW Green Data Center, the new facility is to be built in two construction phases, each with two server rooms, and is to offer 1,900 square meters of space for up to 600 racks, with an investment of about 30 million euros.