The increasing volume of digitalization across end-use industries is significantly propelling more companies to opt for datacenter colocation hosting to address data storage, power, and connectivity performance, without substantial upfront costs. According to Statista, “the amount of data created, captured, copied, and consumed worldwide is expected to grow from around 59 zettabytes (ZB) in 2020 to around 149 ZB in 2024.”
With the digitalization of the economy accelerating the urgency for greater IT agility, adaptability, and transformation, for today’s enterprise, there is an even greater urgency for business enterprise IT solutions.
As new technologies serve a reshaped consumer and workforce, advancements in computing, storage, and connectivity are increasing in sophistication and scale.
In 2019, Google announced its plan to invest US$1.1 billion to further expand its data center capacity in the Netherlands by building a new data center, along with the expansion of its existing data center in Eemshaven, Groningen.
With the rising number of cloud and IT services providers and global market players expanding their data center facilities, the Netherlands data center colocation market is booming.
As one of the best-connected cities in Europe, the Netherlands is a key hub for international business.
According to the European Union’s Digital Economy and Society Index, The Netherlands ranks first for connectivity.
Home to numerous multinationals, retail corporates, startups, incubators, accelerators, universities, and tech partners, creating a strong tech ecosystem for the region and attracting a talented engineering pool, Amsterdam is a key data center location for international network connectivity, attracting cloud providers, media firms, and network operators across Europe.
According to Digital Realty’s recently published Data Gravity Index DGx™ – which measures the creation, aggregation and private exchange of enterprise data across 53 metros –Amsterdam has one of the highest data gravity intensity scores in the world, driven by thriving technology and financial services communities.
Through our partnership with Digital Realty, leading provider of carrier- and cloud-neutral data center services across EMEA,Datcenter the Factory, Roermond, Netherlands, offers more choice and more value than ever before.
Our carrier neutral Netherlands data center is strategically positioned to support enterprises and service providers by delivering the full spectrum of datacenter, colocation, and interconnection solutions.
Considering opening European headquarters, retail, logistics, or manufacturing? or, are you ready to expand your business footprint? The Netherlands is open for business.
With customers across every industry market, the Netherlands is the ideal environment for colocation hosting and interconnection.
At Datacenter the Factory, we provide flexible and secure colocation hosting and Interconnection solutions designed to help you optimize your IT network performance.
Our proven track record of experience and expertise make Factory Datacenter in Roermond, the Netherlands, the ideal place for housing your mission-critical IT infrastructure.