Interxion has made an inorganic move on its home turf. The Netherlands-based colocation provider has acquired a data center business from Vancis Holding BV.
The facility in question is in the Amsterdam Science Park, utilized.which is one of the city’s more connected locations. From there Interxion’s customers will have access to more than 70 carriers and 40 ISPs as well as AMS-IX and the other major internet exchanges.
The facility has 2.5MW of power and is 75% utilized. Interxion has plans on the drawing board to build out additional capacity.
For its part, the deal does not include Vancis C&MS BV, the cloud and managed services business. That division will continue under the same ownership, and has entered into a strategic partnership with Interxion for the infrastructure it needs.
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