Global Switch Amsterdam East Brochure


Global Switch Amsterdam East is in close proximity to international fibre routes with access to multiple ISPs and Tier 1 carriers. Customers will benefit from direct access to the already network dense ecosystem of Amsterdam West that is home to many of the world’s major cloud service providers.

KEY BENEFITS – Campus fibre system interconnecting Amsterdam East to Amsterdam West – A diverse and network dense ecosystem with access to multiple global and regional carriers and Internet service providers – Direct access to peering platforms AMS-IX, NL-IX, GE-CIX, NetIX Communications and Speed-IX

With access to AMS-IX, one of the largest hubs for internet traffic in the world, Global Switch Amsterdam East’s carrier and cloud neutral data centre will be a key interconnection hub and a natural choice for any company or organisation seeking reliable, high-speed connectivity inside the Netherlands and around the globe.

Direct connections can be made to a vast portfolio of leading telecommunications, internet and cloud service companies, including ISPs, major content owners and distributors, web portals and online social media. Together with the presence of major internet exchanges, these organisations have transformed the campus into a network dense ecosystem, giving you the flexibility to scale up and connect instantly, securely and reliably as your business needs evolve.

– Over 75 Tier 1 and Tier 2 carriers – Access to on-ramp to securely scale into the cloud – Secure connections to providers and exchanges – An environment that allows customers to scale seamlessly

MULTIPLE PEERING The presence of AMS-IX and multiple Tier 1 and Tier 2 carrier networks results in direct connections and business continuity

NEUTRALITY Our carrier and cloud neutral stance delivers an abundance of choice in a highly competitive environment

NETWORK DENSE Strategically situated in the financial district adjacent to the main Dutch fibre routes

LOW LATENCY Location allows low latency connectivity to Amsterdam’s city centre

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