Relined, a company connecting more than 110 carrier-neutral data centers in the Netherlands and Germany, is connecting CyrusOne’s brand-new colocation data center, Amsterdam I, to its dark fiber network.
CyrusOne Amsterdam I is a brand new purpose-built colocation data center campus offering cloud providers, systems integrators, and multinational corporations customized, secured, and resilient data center solutions within a key business hub.
“As a major European data center hub, Amsterdam I is critical to CyrusOne’s strategy to expand its colocation presence in Europe,” said Matt Pullen, EVP Managing Director Europe, CyrusOne. “Our partnership with Relined Fiber Network reinforces CyrusOne’s commitment to providing agile and scalable high-capacity connectivity to enterprise customers worldwide, enabling them to extend their existing networks or expand into new markets.”
The CyrusOne Amsterdam I colocation facility will ultimately deliver approximately 320,000 square feet of technical space offering total power of 72 megawatts in two separate buildings, one three-story building and another two-story building. The data center campus is part of the CATALIST European Green IT innovation project, which focuses on the construction of sustainable data centers.
Located at the Rottepolderplein node in Halfweg, a short distance from both Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam, CyrusOne Amsterdam I will be connected to Relined’s dark fiber network by two routes, “offering low redundancy.”
Relined has a dark fiber optic infrastructure in Amsterdam’s metro network, with fixed, attractive rates for data center connections, high network standards, and delivery times of one to three weeks. CyrusOne Amsterdam I and many other carrier-neutral colocation data centers are connected to this network.
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