Switch Datacenters Boosts Low Latency in Amsterdam

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Switch Datacenters, a carrier-neutral facility in Amsterdam, is partnering with Custom Connect to offer ultra low-latency connectivity to its clients. The agreement is driven by increasing demand for data processing capacity in Amsterdam, the companies said.

Switch Datacenters is located in the Amsterdam South East business district, which has a high density of international carrier fiber backbones. Custom Connect specializes in designing custom high-performance connectivity solutions.

“We distinguish ourselves in this market space with our commitment to delivering client-specific solutions while remaining affordable,” said Gregor Snip of Switch Datacenters. “We pride ourselves on taking a personal approach with our clients by understanding and accommodating their requirements and future expansion plans.”

“The cooperation with Switch Datacenters is an excellent opportunity for us to work with like-minded people,” said Olav van Doorn, Executive Director at Custom Connect. “Agility is at the heart of our services. By offering bespoke carrier-neutral solutions, our clients are able to benefit from the lowest possible latency connections and a real carrier neutral advise and delivery without breaking the bank.”

Switch Datacenters’ primary data center has a total floor area of 8,320 square meters (89,555 square feet) and are powered with green electricity.

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.

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