Hurricane Electric has expanded its point of presence at Global Switch, a leading owner, operator and developer of large-scale, carrier and cloud neutral multi-customer data centers across Europe and Asia-Pacific, with highly resilient power and cooling infrastructure and sophisticated security and monitoring systems.
Global Switch’s Amsterdam West data center in Amsterdam boasts 40,576 sq. m of space and with a second data center, Amsterdam East planned on the existing campus the footprint will increase by 28,000 sq. m. Additionally, Amsterdam West has access to peering platforms AMS-IX and NL-IX, and offers bespoke solutions, from single rack deployments through to multi-megawatt bespoke solutions.
Global Switch London East is located, together with London North, in the heart of the connectivity rich London’s Docklands, one of the most network dense locations in the world. These two data centers provide 90,000 sq. m of space and the ability to provide bespoke power deployments in excess of 2,000 W/sq. m.
The Sydney location consists of Sydney East and Sydney West, located at 400 Harris Street Ultimo, Sydney NSW 2007. These data centers span 73,000 sq. m of dedicated technical space supported by multiple exchanges and four geographically diverse building entry points.
These PoPs are in close proximity to global central business districts in Tier 1 markets and will provide enterprises and residential IP providers in Amsterdam, London, and Sydney with improved fault tolerance, load balancing and congestion management in the delivery of next generation IP connectivity services.
Customers of Global Switch and those in and near Amsterdam, London, and Sydney now have a variety of new connectivity options and access to Hurricane Electric’s extensive IPv4 and IPv6 network through 100GE (100 Gigabit Ethernet), 10GE (10 Gigabit Ethernet) and GigE (1 Gigabit Ethernet) ports. Additionally, customers are able to exchange IP traffic with Hurricane Electric’s vast global network, which offers over 20,000 BGP sessions with over 7,800 different networks via more than 220 major exchange points and thousands of customer and private peering ports.