Schiphol-Rijk, The Netherlands – (The Hosting News) – July 16, 2009 – European provider of carrier-neutral data centres, Interxion, has been selected by Europe’s largest independent provider of mobile WiFi broadband, The Cloud.
Interxion will support The Cloud’s colocation services in both London and Stockholm. The Cloud has signed an agreement for colocation space with a power configuration of 5kW per cabinet, to support its customer requirements and international expansion programme.
Greg McCulloch, Managing Director UK at Interxion noted, ”Interxion’s infrastructure is designed to support the current and future power and connectivity requirements of ambitious service providers like The Cloud. We have structured our services across Europe to deliver SLA-driven operational resilience, giving fast-growing customers peace of mind as they scale their services to meet demand.”
Founded in 2003, The Cloud has grown rapidly into the number one WiFi network in Europe, operating across 12 markets and serving millions of mobile broadband connections through laptops and smartphones with broadband multimedia experiences.
The Cloud needed colocation facilities that could deliver high-density power configurations as well as a connectivity-rich environment. Interxion provides 5kW per cabinet as standard and, across its 24 European carrier-neutral data centres, it provides direct access to well over 500 carriers and ISPs. Interxion also provides its customers with access to 15 of Europeâ€™s leading Internet exchanges, including LINX in London and NETNOD in Stockholm. Customer equipment is monitored 24/7 by expert local staff, as well as Interxion’s ISO 27001-accredited European Customer Service Centre, which monitors all customer equipment and connections across Europe from an advanced Network Operations Centre in London.
Interxion is a leading European operator of carrier-neutral data centres. Headquartered in Schiphol-Rijk, The Netherlands, Interxion serves its customers from 24 carrier-neutral data centres located in 13 cities across 11 European countries. Interxion serves network and carrier-based, hosting and enterprise customers who require professionally managed and strictly controlled physical environments within which to operate mission-critical applications and computer systems. Interxion’s data centres offer cost-effective and fast access to multiple local and global communication networks.
For more information please visit: www.interxion.com.