vBoxx, a Dutch specialist in hosting and cloud solutions, has selected European data center provider maincubes as its colocation partner for the hosting of their German customer LeitzCloud – a leading cloud storage solutions provider. vBoxx was looking for an innovative and sustainable colocation data center partner that is physically located in Germany and meets Germany’s strict data processing standards.
vBoxx is a Dutch hosting company that provides custom hosting infrastructure, cloud services and consultancy worldwide. Backed by highly qualified IT developers, vBoxx is focused on delivering personal care for their clients. When LeitzCloud was looking for a reliable and flexible hosting infrastructure, vBoxx took care of it and arranged that all technical and non-technical parts fit together.
The cooperation with maincubes allows vBoxx and LeitzCloud to expand their network. In addition, users of maincubes’ proprietary ‘secureexchange’ platform will get direct access to LeitzCloud’s infrastructure in the colocation data centers of maincubes in Frankfurt (FRA01) and Amsterdam (AMS01). This way, highly secured and online collaboration and cloud storage environments can be created. Besides supplying the hardware and software, vBoxx also supervises the transition to maincubes.
For more information on maincubes, visit: https://www.maincubes.com/en/.
Germany’s Strict Data Processing Standards
“Our customer LeitzCloud offers secure and reliable cloud storage solutions for both SMEs and enterprises,” said Valentijn Koppenaal, founder and CEO of vBoxx. “Their services simplify IT infrastructure and improve collaboration between colleagues, partners and customers. The choice for maincubes is based on four selection criteria. First, we wanted a partner that is physically located in Germany and meets Germany’s strict data processing standards. Secondly, we were looking for a colocation service provider that specializes in security and reliability. Fourth, we wanted to work with a company that invests in innovation and sustainability, and shares our enthusiasm for the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century. maincubes amply meets these criteria, so we can confidently use their ISO-certified data centers”.
As a company of German origin, maincubes offers advanced colocation services for cloud service providers (CSPs), content providers and large companies. maincubes’ energy efficient, scalable data center infrastructure is developed in Germany and guarantees its colocation clients 100% uptime. maincubes currently manages data centers in Frankfurt (FRA01) and Amsterdam (AMS01). In the near future, maincubes will also open a third data center in the Frankfurt, Rhine-Main region.
“Our companies complement each other perfectly,” said Antje Tauchmann, Marketing Manager at maincubes. “vBoxx gets access to our scalable, high availability colocation infrastructure. In addition, maincubes recently successfully passed the ISAE 3402 Type 1 recertification, which ensures vBoxx that our services meet the highest international security standards. In addition, customers of maincubes get access to the extensive and highly flexible LeitzCloud services. This is possible via the secureexchange platform, which allows our customers to use LeitzCloud without having to manage additional complex network structures. maincubes is highly involved in several projects and activities in the field of IoT and smart mobility, so we are pleased and assured that with vBoxx we have a bright future ahead of us.”
For more information on LeitzCloud, visit: https://leitz-cloud.com/.
All maincubes data centers are ISO and TÜV certified. BDO, Germany’s fifth largest accounting firm, certified maincubes for ISAE 3402 in January 2020, which guarantees far-reaching data integrity. Their data center in Frankfurt has also been awarded the German Data Center Award and is a DE-CIX-enabled location. With this, maincubes FRA01 complies with all German data protection guidelines and the European General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR).
maincubes is part of the German investor and developer Art-Invest, which is part of the German construction conglomerate Zech Group.