Interxion, a leading European provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centre services, today announced that Terremark, a leading global provider of managed IT infrastructure services, has chosen to deploy its Infinistructure platform in Interxion’s Cloud Hub Community at its Brussels data centre.
Terremark’s Infinistructure is a utility computing platform that provides scalable virtual server deployment. Terremark selected Interxion because of the available space, power density, robust infrastructure, and superior connectivity and coverage in its Brussels facilities - all critical to delivering world-class service to Terremark’s customers. Interxion also shares the same high-quality standards as Terremark’s own data centres, making it a natural choice for the company’s expansion.
Interxion, as a carrier-neutral data centre provider, offers a wide range of connectivity solutions with access to 34 carriers and ISPs in Brussels, including major hubs like BNIX. This flexibility and coverage gives Terremark better bandwidth to meet customer requirements for speed and low-latency, while reducing cost. The Interxion Brussels data centre houses one of 13 Interxion Cloud Hubs across Europe, and provides organisations such as Terremark with an optimum environment for the cost-effective development, launch and management of successful cloud-based services.
“The decision to deploy our Infinistructure platform in Interxion’s facility was an obvious choice,” said Kurt Glazemakers, CTO, Terremark Europe. “Interxion was able to provide plenty of available space and great power density to meet the platform’s needs. The exceptional range of connectivity options also enables us to offer our customers greater flexibility and thus great cost savings.”
“Interxion’s Cloud Hubs provide an ideal environment for organisations such as Terremark who are looking to house world-class IT infrastructure services. The latest secure, scalable infrastructure and the latest high-density power configurations and energy-efficient architecture are also all critical capabilities for leading service providers like Terremark,” said Anthony Foy, Group Managing Director, Interxion. “And with plenty of available space within the Brussels campus as well as across Europe, we offer the capacity to sustain Terremark’s growth as it continues to build out its infrastructure platform.”