After four years at Datacenter.com, a colocation provider with a data center established in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Jochem Steman has decided to step down as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and leave this company in the coming months.
Jochem Steman, who joined in 2016, has played a key role in design and execution since the foundation of Datacenter.com. He shaped and built the DNA of the Datacenter.com organization. No successor has yet been appointed for Mr. Steman.
“It has been a tremendous privilege to serve as the CEO of Datacenter.com,” said Jochem Steman. “I’ve been with Datacenter.com since the company was founded and I have hugely enjoyed my time at Datacenter.com and found the work extremely fulfilling and rewarding. I am incredibly proud of the market position we have secured and maintained in a highly competitive landscape. Something which would been next to impossible to achieve without such a talented team working together. That said, I do believe it is now time to move on to the next stage of my career, to continue pursuing new challenges.”
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Datacenter.com AMS01 Expansion
Datacenter.com is a member of the European Data Centre Association (EUDCA). Last October, the colocation company completed phase II of its AMS1 data center in Amsterdam to meet strong demand from domestic and international enterprises. The data center floor area of Datacenter.com AMS1 had been increased by 30% to 1.800 square meters (approximately 19.400 square feet). In addition, 1,5 megawatt of additional power supply was realized.
“I am confident that I am leaving the company both financially and operationally strong at an extremely exciting time in its development and with a very bright future ahead,” added Jochem Steman. “I am very confident that Datacenter.com will continue to deliver value for her shareholders and customers alike, while continuing to build momentum.” Mr. Steman doesn’t know yet where he intends to pursue his career.