Future Hosting, a company specializing in VPS hosting and dedicated servers, has announced the addition of a new Amsterdam data center facility to its global infrastructure portfolio. The new facility would enhance Future Hosting’s ability to provide managed hosting services with low-latency connectivity throughout the European Union and Asia.
The new Amsterdam data center is located in the heart of one of Europe’s best connected cities, with a thriving tech and startup culture. The facility’s bandwidth is provided by a multi-homed blend of Tier 1 carriers including Level (3) and TeliaSonera. Future Hosting’s new data center is in close proximity to the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX), one of the world’s largest peering points.
Future Hosting’s Amsterdam data center is secured by round-the-clock guards, multi-level access protection with biometric authentication, and full coverage internal and external video monitoring.
“We’re excited to be bringing our range of hosting services to Amsterdam. When we decided to enhance our European infrastructure, Amsterdam was the obvious choice,” said Maulesh Patel, VP of Operations, Future Hosting, “A thriving tech hub with unbeatable connectivity to the EU and the rest of the world, Amsterdam allows us to enhance our European operations and bring our distinctive blend of managed hosting and superior flexibility to an even wider market.”
Future Hosting will offer its full range of managed and unmanaged Virtual Private Server (VPS Hosting) plans from the Amsterdam data center facility, including Pure SSD VPS plans and powerful hybrid server plans.