May 14, 2018

DigiPlex, NetActuate consolidate respective data centers in Europe

The move aims to provide data center services in a bid to meet the demands of organizations in Europe.

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The European region has witnessed two major developments in the data center industry- DigiPlex foraying into the Danish market by launching a data center and NetActuate upgrading their data center prowess in Frankfurt. According to these moves, both organizations seek to provide data center services to organizations looking for cloud and managed support.

According to DigiPlex, Europe as a market understand the need for data center services. They also claim that in order to make things easy for local enterprises, the Danish government is creating optimum conditions for the industry to flourish. Speaking about this in detail, Byrne Murphy, Chairman and Founder of DigiPlex, commented:

Denmark is a very interesting market that is attracting hyper scale data center investments and seeing increased colocation demand. The Danish Government has taken the right steps in creating the optimum conditions for a thriving data center industry.

We believe the Danish market will continue to see rapid growth and look forward to helping both Danish and international companies accelerate their digital transformation.

DigiPlex claim that their move is aimed to grab a larger share of the Danish data center market which has become an attractive destination for investments rather quickly.

A few miles away from Denmark, NetActuate have upgraded their Frankfurt data center facility with hybrid cloud services and connectivity options. With this move, NetActuate’s clients can leverage on the company’s network and gain direct access to Microsoft Azure, Microsoft German Cloud, AWS Cloud and SoftLayer.

NetActuate claims that the demand for managed services in Europe is on the rise and catering to the same was imperative. In order to meet this demand, NetActuate say that they upgraded their current facility at Frankfurt with new hybrid services and 100G connectivity options.

Explaining the same in detail, Mark Mahle, CEO of NetActuate, commented:

By upgrading and expanding our Frankfurt data center to offer faster 100G connectivity and greater options for colocation, our clients will have everything they need for fast, secure and reliable connections to their customers and business partners in Europe.

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