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RETN Expands Amsterdam Network, Plans to Deploy Network Point-of-Presence in’s Amsterdam AMS1 Data Center

May 2018 by Marc Jacob

RETN has planned to add a new Point-of-Presence in’s Amsterdam AMS1 facility – a colocation data center strategically located in the Amsterdam Southeast business district. RETN expects the strategic location of AMS1 as well as its enterprise-grade and cloud-ready amenities to be an attractive colocation environment for international enterprises, cloud service providers (CSPs), and online gaming providers alike.

With extensive network coverage in Europe including CEE countries, CIS countries and Russia, RETN has expanded its international network across Asia and North America during the last couple of years. As part of continued commitment to the expansion of its operations in Europe, RETN opened its regional Benelux offices in Amsterdam in 2017. The plans announced today to establish a new PoP in’s Amsterdam AMS1 colocation facility provides RETN with expanded connectivity options in the Amsterdam market and beyond.

Part of a planned targeted global roll-out of large-scale colocation data centers,’s Amsterdam facility features a unique Indirect Adiabatic Cooling setup with a calculated energy-efficient pPUE figure of 1.04 – recently awarded with a Datacloud Europe 2018 nomination. Cloud-ready features include large cabinets (54U, 11kW+), as well as month-to-month flexible contracts. The modular cooling infrastructure in this facility is located directly under the cabinets with hot aisle setup, under the raised floor with a height of 4.7 meters.

Connectivity AMS1

The announcement of RETN planning to deploy a network PoP in this 54,000 sq. ft. Amsterdam AMS1 colocation facility adds to’s ability to meet high redundancy and high volume bandwidth needs set by cloud providers, enterprises, online gaming providers, and other customers with demanding network requirements.

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