Video: We are Datacenter.com AMS1

Video tour of Datacenter.com AMS1

Interested in learning more about Datacenter.com’s flagship data center in Amsterdam? Take a look inside of our data center.

Data center AMS1 is strategically located in Amsterdam Southeast, on the prime fiber network routes from international carriers and backbones in Europe. AMS1 showcases superior engineering and energy efficiency. Amsterdam is the fastest growing data center market in Europe, the Amsterdam region is considered the Digital Gateway to Europe.

 

Want to visit our state-of-the-art data center in person?

If you are considering Datacenter.com as your colocation partner, we encourage you to come tour a facility in person. You will not only get to inspect our data center with your own eyes, you will also have the opportunity to evaluate and meet the most friendly and flexible people who will deliver excellence service.

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