Interxion to Expand Brussels Data Centre

Interxion, a leading European operator of carrier-neutral data centres, today announced significant expansion plans for its data centre in Zaventem, Brussels. In response to growing demand for the company’s infrastructure and services, the amount of equipped space will be expanded by 2,200 m², effectively doubling the facility’s size. The first phase of the new space is scheduled to be operational in February 2009.

The new space will offer redundant power and N+1 cooling, as well as the most advanced alarm and monitoring systems. It will support both standard and high density power configurations, and has been designed using Interxion’s energy efficient modular architecture, with free cooling and maximum-efficiency components as standard.

“The new expansion is a logical response to the high levels of demand we are experiencing in the Belgian market,” explained Jo Mariens, Managing Director of Interxion Belgium.

“Customers who sign in for the new space will benefit from the central location of our data centre, high security, a robust power supply and a wide range of connectivity options including peering opportunities with the popular BNIX internet exchange.”

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.

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Source: Spreckley Partners Ltd