Interxion, a Digital Realty Company and European carrier and cloud-neutral colocation data center solutions provider is extending its operations into Croatia and Spain. The company declared the acquisition of Altus IT, the carrier-neutral data center provider in Croatia. The company additionally acquired a 3.6-acre land parcel in a strategic extension of its campus in Madrid.
Spain’s most highly interconnected data center
Interxion’s campus in Madrid is the most highly interconnected data center campus. Madrid facilities are the basic hub for the content exchange on the Iberian peninsula and in southern Europe. The recently acquired parcel is less than one kilometer from Interxion’s existing data centers. It can further support a facility with up to 34 MW of critical IT capacity with more than 35,000 square meters. It additionally offers access to six continents via PlatformDIGITAL, Digital Realty’s global data center platform.
Interxion’s acquisition of Altus IT provides a gateway for interconnection and peering with several service providers in southeast Europe. Altus IT, situated in Zagreb, data center lately added the network nodes of prominent global cloud service providers to its footprint. As per the declaration, Altus IT’s experienced team will stay with the business, incorporating the prevailing CEO Goran Đoreski, who will be appointed the position of Managing Director, Croatia.
Managing Director of Interxion, Robert Assink spain stated,
The current limitations on people’s movements have shined a new light on the role of data centers and the digital economy. There is now increased awareness of the importance of connectivity and access to the applications that permit us to work, study, consume content, and shop from anywhere. Without data centers, it would practically not be probable to connect users and businesses.
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