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Monday, 02 November 2015 12:09

100TB adds Amsterdam, Los Angeles and Toronto data centre locations

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The infrastructure-as-a-service (Iaas) division of hosts UK2 Group, 100TB has launched a data centre in Amsterdam and added new virtual private server locations in Los Angeles and Toronto.

The launch is part of the 100TB drive to support customers with digital transformation, and joins their data centres in London, Los Angeles, New York City and Salt Lake City and brings the virtual private server locations to six. Additionally the Shoreditch based business also has a partnership with SoftLayer adding further locations worldwide.

The new data centre has a direct connection to AMS-IX, multiple tier 1 transit providers and will offer up to 100 terabytes of bandwidth. Aimed at organisations requiring high performance, high bandwidth infrastructure the data centre offers organisations customisable dedicated virtual private servers, bare metal and private cloud configurations.

Like the Salt Lake City, London and New York City data centres the Amsterdam facility is located in close proximity to major international internet exchanges for international peering and routing capabilities.

John Morris, Chief Executive Officer for UK2 Group, said: “Digital transformation dominates the boardroom discussion on how businesses can become more nimble and respond to customer needs. Our new locations help us to continue to be the partner of choice as our customers make the most of these opportunities.”

100TB has recently added their first South American location, with access to the Softlayer data centre in Sao Paulo, Brazil where it claims to be first high bandwidth provider in the region, offering up to 324TB per server. 

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