Colocation Firm Interxion Expands ZUR1 Switzerland Data Center
Placement provider Interxion (www.interxion.com) said Thursday it has expanded and upgraded its data center ZUR1 in Zurich-Glattbrugg, Switzerland, to meet growing customer demand for infrastructure in high density placement.
The expansion of 2297 meters square is the first of three expansions in stages, increasing the total area equipped in the data center of nearly 8,858 meters square.
At the same time, an updated network connection redundant 20 MVA will be installed, allowing the installation configurations to support ultra-high power density.
The new space offers high energy efficiency and safe environment based on standards for the customer’s home team, with N 1 2N UPS and backup generators, providing nearly 100 percent availability.
The facility provides connectivity to more than 30 companies and Internet providers and Internet exchange SwissIX Switzerland.
The data center and operating systems have been independently assessed and accredited for ISO 27001 and BS25999 standards of information security and business continuity, and also comply with all Swiss financial markets authority FINMA Policy .
“More than half the new space has already been assigned, which shows the desirability of continuing high-end, rich in connectivity infrastructure for major companies,” says Eddy Van den Broeck, CEO of Interxion Switzerland. “We will continue to improve our facilities and take advantage of our standards of customer support to communities in all sectors, and to expand, develop and implement the latest mission-critical applications.”
Interxion provides carrier neutral data center services for placement in Europe, serving more than 1,100 customers across 28 data centers in 11 European countries.
The energy-efficient data centers to offer customers comprehensive security and uptime, with connectivity provided by 350 companies and Internet providers and 18 European Internet exchanges through its footprint,
The company has been busy with activity data center this year after opening its data center in Frankfurt, a new green data center in Dublin, and expanded its data center in Amsterdam.