As a result of a power outage or computer malfunction your IT environment goes down, you dread even thinking about it. Or perhaps this has already happened to you in the past. A calamity can strike every organization, and can have extensive (financial) consequences. Want to leave nothing to chance? Our colocation and twin datacenter concept by The Datacenter Group offers the solution.
The Datacenter Group is the largest provider of 100% Dutch datacenters. We have over 20.000m2 of data floor space divided over four physically and geographically separated locations. When choosing this solution your IT environment will also be spread out over our datacenters in Amsterdam, Delft, Rotterdam and Utrecht. In case of calamity in one of our datacenters, the other datacenter will always hold a back-up of your data.
Twin datacenter something for you?
Whether an additional location is necessary differs per organization. It is determined by a risk analysis which varies per business. It’s important to map out the costs should your organization’s systems not be available. How much revenue does your business lose? How many employees won’t be able to function? How big is the risk of insurance claim?
The answers to these questions are set off against the costs of high availability and reduncancy. Would you like to know more about our datacenter locations or the twin datacenter solution? Feel free to call us or contact us via our contact form.
Between our datacenters we have a ring-shaped optic fiber connection. This enables us to link our locations together, and it allows your data to be processed in real-time with an average latency of below 1ms. It also ensures we can guarantee 100% availability for your IT environment.
You can of course also use our services if you have already housed your infrastructure elsewhere. In this case our datacenter would act as a backup location. We are happy to assist with setting up the connection between our datacenter and your desired location.
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