100TB, an infrastructure-as-a-service company from UK2 Group, launched a data centre in Amsterdam and new virtual private server locations in Los Angeles and Toronto. Part of the 100TB drive to support customers with digital transformation, the new locations boost 100TB’s ability to offer the resilience, agility and mobility customers now demand from their infrastructure.
Offering up to 100 terabytes of bandwidth, the data centres will be instrumental in supporting businesses requiring high performance, high bandwidth infrastructure. Los Angeles and Toronto host highly customisable dedicated virtual private servers, while Amsterdam also offers bare metal and private cloud configurations to give customers more options for how and where their data is stored.
The new Amsterdam facility joins 100TB owned data centres in Salt Lake City, London and New York City, all located in close proximity to major international internet exchanges for international peering and routing capabilities. Los Angeles and Toronto take 100TB’s number of virtual private server locations to six. All three locations complement 100TB’s capacity at SoftLayer data centres, meaning customers can gain global reach while controlling where their data is hosted.
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.”
The new locations are each supplied by two independent power sources with the capability to use 100% green energy. They benefit from highly efficient and fully redundant cooling systems to ensure that the facilities operate at an optimal temperature, minimising power usage for cooling.