NetActuate engineers have just increased bandwidth and infrastructure capacity at their Amsterdam data center, in an effort to meet growing demand for high bandwidth services that reach European end users. This upgrade is the latest phase of a series of planned upgrades across NetActuate’s entire global footprint.
As a U.S. provider of bare metal servers, virtual machines, and colocation services operating one of the world’s largest networks, NetActuate operates one of the world’s largest IPv4 and IPv6 peered networks. Their managed network and infrastructure services are available from over 30 locations worldwide.
NetActuate’s Amsterdam data center is located at the Iron Mountain’s AMS-1 facility in the Amsterdam region, a large facility formerly owned by data center operator EvoSwitch. NetActuate’s data center now offers additional capacity for edge infrastructure services including colocation, bare metal, and virtual machines, as well as increased bandwidth for providers with high traffic needs.
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“Demand for global bandwidth has not declined once since early 2020,” said Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect at NetActuate. “This expansion in Amsterdam ensures we are ready to serve the continually evolving requirements of our customers.”
Located in the heart of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, NetActuate’s Amsterdam data center is certified compliant for ISO 50001, ISO 27001, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SOC 1 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, and SOC 3. This data center is powered by 100% renewable energy sources. Clients with infrastructure deployed at this location would also benefit from NetActuate’s strategic partnerships with AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) and NL-IX (Neutral Internet Exchange.)