The Netherlands

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With a state-of-the-art digital telecoms network and the largest internet hub in Europe, the Netherlands stands out from the crowd for speed, quality and reliability of its cable and high-tech digital telecommunications system.

Companies colocating in the Netherlands enjoy a large ecosystem of networks, support services, cloud computing, and major industries. Keppel Data Centres’ proven track record has enabled us to develop and build two high quality data centre facilities in Almere, the Netherlands: Almere Data Centre and Almere Data Centre 2, owned by Keppel DC REIT and Keppel Data Centres respectively.

Amsterdam’s well-connected infrastructure and its position as a global data centre hub has made it the most viable Tier III data centre market in Europe. Find out how your company can benefit from Keppel Data Centres’ excellent digital infrastructure and opportunities to tap on renewable wind and solar energy.

For enquiries, email us at: sales@keppeldc.com or visit www.keppeldcreit.com

Almere2

Almere Data Centre is a three-storey data centre located in the Sallandsekant business estate in Almere. The data centre is well-equipped with an alarm system and numerous security cameras, as well as a nitrogen-based fire suppression system. Uninterruptible Power Systems and generators ensure constant power availability to our customers’ mission critical systems at all times. With connection to North America and Europe via submarine cables, Almere Data Centre offers a highly-connected and secure environment for our customers.

Owned by: Keppel DC REIT

Almere2

Almere Data Centre 2 is a purpose-built data centre facility fitted out to Tier III standards and strategically located on freehold land adjacent to Almere. The facility is 40 minutes from Amsterdam, offering easy access to clients located in the city.

Tapping on synergies from its close proximity to Almere Data Centre, Almere Data Centre 2 is able to offer high power density and connectivity to meet even the most demanding of mission critical requirements.

Owned by: Keppel Data Centres