BY European data center services giant Interxion announced plans to expand capacity in four key markets, expecting to invest about €170 million total. Plans include new data center construction in Amsterdam, where the company is headquartered, Dublin, and Copenhagen, and an expanded build-out plan for a previously announced facility in Frankfurt. In a statement, Interxion CEO David Ruberg said the provider saw “solid demand” across key European markets and was expanding in response. The competitive landscape in Europe changed significantly after Interxion’s US-based rival Equinix tore its chief European competitor TelecityGroup out of its teeth in a deal that, if approved by regulators, will make Equinix the biggest player in the European data center market. Originally posted on Data Center Knowledge. To read this article in its entirety, please click here: Read More
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