3W Infra moves HQs to maincubes Amsterdam data centre



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3W Infra had its HQs as well as its server and network infrastructure located in another facility in Amsterdam.

Global IaaS hosting provider 3W Infra has moved its headquarters to the office space in the maincubes AMS01 colocation data centre in Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk while deploying a private suite in this data centre for its global network backbone and comprehensive server infrastructure.

According to 3W Infra’s founder and CEO, Murat Bayhan, 3W Infra selected the maincubes AMS01 facility “as maincubes is the only true independent and European data centre operator left in the Amsterdam area able to meet 3W Infra’s flexibility and scalability requirements”.

During their tenancy, this facility was acquired and became part of a global data centre conglomerate, according to the company.

“maincubes AMS01 in Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk will now become our flagship data center, providing us with the highest colocation service flexibility we could wish for,” said Murat Bayhan, founder and CEO of 3W Infra.

“The fact that maincubes is privately owned and probably the only true independent and European data centre operator left in the Amsterdam area works to their advantage. That’s my opinion.


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“They are willing to adapt to the dynamic and unpredictable client needs to which we must respond as an IaaS hosting company.

“They are perfectly able to meet 3W Infra’s flexibility and scalability requirements, also quickly, allowing us to rapidly deploy highly customised IaaS hosting setups. maincubes acts as a strategic business partner for us, so to say.”

3W Infra owns and operates a high-volume global backbone with redundant design. The company’s dedicated dark fibre ring in the Amsterdam region is at the basis of this network, connecting five data centre Points-of-Presence (PoPs) in Amsterdam.

“We’re providing Murat and his team with the ability to scale their infrastructure whenever needed,” said Joris te Lintelo, Vice President Sales at maincubes.

“We’re also empowering them with a highly flexible approach. And if they would like to, they can test these new and innovative technologies or offer them to their clients.

“We’ll make sure they will feel right at home here. On top of that, the office and storage space we offer 3W Infra at maincubes AMS01 allow their engineers to quickly respond to provisioning requests or any requests that may occur.”

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