Dataplace, a colocation provider from the Netherlands, has acquired Datacenter Nedzone – a data center services provider in the south of the Netherlands. The acquisition brings Dataplace’s facilities across the Netherlands to six in total.
Since 2006, Nedzone has been offering professional data center services from its own public data center. Situated directly along the A4 motorway, Nedzone would be easily accessible for customers from the Dutch provinces: Zeeland, Zuid-Holland and Brabant, as well as Belgium.
It’s the fourth acquisition of a data center by Dataplace. It is expected to strengthen Dataplace’s position in the Dutch data center market.
Data Centers in The Netherlands
“Nedzone has an excellent reputation, is very customer-oriented and has an interesting geographical position,” said Gerben van der Veen, Managing Director of Dataplace. “We are extremely pleased with this addition to our growing number of data centers in the Netherlands and look forward to working with the team”.
Datacenter Nedzone is located in Steenbergen, the Netherlands and plays an important regional role in the provisioning of data center services in the southern region of the Netherlands.
“We are extremely pleased with the acquisition by Dataplace,” said Arco van Bezooijen, Director of Datacenter Nedzone. “Nothing will change for the customers. All personnel will remain involved in the data center. At the same time, the data center will be able to benefit from Dataplace’s strong position in the market.”
Dataplace was founded in 2010 and has been part of the Eurofiber Group since 2016. Dataplace has achieved ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001, ISO 50001, NEN 7510 certification as well as an ISAE-3402 type II declaration. Dataplace Amsterdam is expected to open its doors for colocation clients in Q1 2020.