Datacenter locations Amsterdam
Switch Datacenters is a leading operator of premium network neutral datacenters for mission critical infrastructures where business continuity can be guaranteed at all times
Switch Datacenters AMS1
The AMS1 datacenter is strategically located in Amsterdam Southeast which is known for having one of the highest densities of International Backbone Carriers in the world and has a total floor area of 8.320 m2 / 89.555 ft2.
Switch Datacenters maintains a carrier-neutral policy and has direct connections to all backbone carriers including the NL-IX and the Amsterdam Internet Exchange. Setting up a new Carrier network can be executed by the presence of the international fiber route in close proximity to our datacenter in Amsterdam Southeast.
The datacenter comprises true (2N) redundant power supplies according to the Tier4 design principles and offers excellent overall facilities as well as direct connections to all mayor datacenters.
Switch Datacenters AMS2
Amsterdam region (Woerden)
AMS2 is situated in the Amsterdam region (Woerden) and offers a great facilities for a primary or a redundant fall-back datacenter for AMS1. The datacenters counts a total floor area of 5.500 m2 / 59.202 ft2.
This datacenter was in use for many years by a Dutch bank because of its strategical location. The site was acquired by Switch Datacenters in 2014 as part of a sale and leaseback agreement and has been retrofit with an unique and efficient indirect adiabatic cooling infrastructure. With an ultra low cooling pPUE of 1.06 the AMS2 site is one of the most efficient datacenters available in the market.
Today the site largely functions as the prime location for business continuity and resiliency services of a global IT firm. Besides the high efficiency the datacenter is designed to meet the Tier4 design principles as well as the highest possible security and safety requirements.
Switch Datacenters AMS3
Amsterdam SouthEast district
AMS3 is our third datacentre (nearly 11.000 m2 / 141.252 sq.ft.) close to the AMS1 in the Amsterdam Region and has become operational in 2017.
This datacenter in Amsterdam has been purposely built and designed for a, not to be named, large international single tenant who , next to running its own hosting services also delivers its own branded co-location services in Amsterdam
By teaming up with Switch this tenant was able to tremendously speed up his presence in the Dutch and international market without the hassle of finding the right location, reserving the power, building a site and running the base facility operations.
AMS3 is designed, build and partially operated by Switch Datacenters using the most modern indirect adiabatic cooling techniques (pUE of 1,08) while the tenant of AMS3 is running his own data floors.