Equinix has completed it's acquisition of 13 Bell Canada's data centers. The acquisition was first announced in June 2020. Bell had operated the facilities under the Q9 brand. It partially acquired Q9 in 2012 for $1.1 billion and in 2016 it acquired the remainder for $675 million. This deal ...
State: North Holland
Region: Western Europe
Short Code: AM11
Gross SqFt: 89,555
Usable SqFt: 36,597
AM11 was acquired from Switch Datacenters in April 2019. It was previously known as "Switch Datacenters AMS1".
AM11 is strategically located at the business park in Amsterdam South East which has one of the highest densities of International Carrier Backbone in the world.
Gross floor area: 8,320 m2
White space: 3,400 m2
Redundancy: 2N Tier4 level
Switch Datacenters performs a carrier neutral policy has a direct link with the NL-IX and the Amsterdam Internet Exchange. Connecting a new Carrier Network can usually simply by the presence of the international fiber route in the immediate vicinity of our datacenter in Amsterdam Southeast.
The data center provides a full 2N redundant power supply in accordance with the Tier4 redundancy requirements and delivering the comprehensive facilities also direct connections with all other major data centers.