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A carrier neutral datacenter provides freedom of choice

EvoSwitch is recognized as one of the most energy-efficient datacenters in Europe.In addition to being climate neutral, the datacenter is also carrier neutral. Ourcustomers already have a choice of more than 35 international carriers, with thisnumber set to increase to over 50 on-site carriers by the end of the year. Thisensures we provide the best available options in connectivity to our customers,who in turn then prioritize their telecom providers and build a global infrastructurethat really fulfills their requirements best.

Choice in connectivity is absolutely critical to companies looking for a trulyredundant infrastructure. Our datacenter is conveniently located in the Amsterdamregion next to one of the largest internet hubs in the world, AMS-IX, and is thusclosely connected to a large number of trans-Atlantic fibers. And thanks to therising number of supplying carriers, connectivity within the datacenter is alsosignificantly increasing. Carrier neutrality means independency and transparencyfor customers, ensuring they have real freedom of choice in working with a provideror even a combination of providers. This way customers can get the best globalinfrastructure and connectivity, rather than just being able to choose from a selectfew.

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Amsterdam holds the key as gateway to Europe for US hosting providers

At EvoSwitch were seeing that global hosting providers and corporate customers are increasingly looking to meet the demands of now truly global businesses by providing an efficient, local infrastructure. Europe remains a huge market for businesses growing internationally and for traditional services, but especially those that have an integrally online element.

Cloud-based computing, a major driver for colocation and remote hosting, is top of the in-tray for many CIOs. In response, we are seeing that many organizations that serve end users across multiple regions are asking themselves if they should move or colocate their servers. Theres no denying that there are a variety of factors that heavily influence this decision – such as space, availability, cost, accessibility, and legislation and regulation – making it quite a complex business.

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EvoSwitch launches new corporate website !

A big hello and welcome from the EvoSwitch team. As you may expect, we are very excited about the launch of our new website, so let me give you a quick run down of where we are and the reasons behind the new site launch. Beyond the new look and feel, the new platform really underpins our business growth strategy to make our products and services more accessible to visitors throughout the EU and globally.

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