Dutch Data Center Association is proud to announce new member maincubes

Maincubes, German colocation specialist with data centers in Amsterdam and Frankfurt, has recently joined the Dutch Data Center Association. Maincubes builds and operates a network of highly available data centers which enable secure eco-systems for the digital future of society. DDA believes that maincubes’ focus on quality and security will be a valuable addition to the association of data centers.

Oliver Menzel, CEO of maincubes: “maincubes is currently investing €10 million in a substantial refurbishment of its datacenter AMS01 in order to become a very well acknowledged provider for reliable and secure datacenter services in Amsterdam/Schiphol. With its holistic security approach, Maincubes will actively participate in the Dutch Data Center Association and contribute to a secure digital transformation in Europe.”

Maincubes is setting new standards for Data centers with regard to both architecture and technology. There are no walls or pillars to obstruct customers’ racks. Innovative cooling systems permit individual climate control in the rooms and a redundant power supply and a multi-level security system protects data in line with German standards of data privacy and company security. With maincubes, organizations can rely on European compliance and German thoroughness.

Stijn Grove, Director of the DDA: “maincubes selects its data center locations based on the available connections in relation to the proximity to big commercial cities. It has wisely chosen for Amsterdam, the Digital Gateway to Europe, and we too are happy to welcome a data center with such a high level of excellence on innovation, security and service. We firmly believe maincubes will be a valuable addition to the existing members. ”

With its data centers, maincubes is fully committed to a sustainable use of energy and efficiency –in regard to both the expansion of existing buildings or the creation new data centers. Maincubes has data centers in Frankfurt am Main and Schiphol-Rijk.

Read more about maincubes on www.maincubes.com.

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