INetU (www.inetu.net), a cloud and managed hosting provider, declared last Friday the launch of it’s newly built data center in Amsterdam. The facility is built to cater to the needs of international clients.
INetU recently met ISAE 3402 international account compliance standards which makes it worth selecting for the support it would offer. The launch of the new data center was announced only later than a week INetU passed third party independent audit.
According to INetU, the new data center will enable the company in providing quick management, local hosting services for European clientele and EU conformity.
“Operating our services abroad was the logical next step in our efforts to meet the needs of our ever-expanding international clientele,” says Dev Chanchani, president of INetU. “The initial feedback from customers has been overwhelmingly positive and we’ll continue to listen to their needs and act accordingly.”
The Amsterdam data center will work 24/7 to offer the international clientele the flexibility and customized solutions.
The best thing about the data center is the security standard it meets. It is ‘Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Section 9’ compliant which makes it a perfect choice for clientele, who want to be sure that their private data is safe and secure.
The new data center is built on the same standard as of Allentown, Pennsylvania. It contains Dell Servers and Cisco networking devices as a standard to provide optimum services.
Some of the Dell Servers include: Dell R410, R510, R710, and R910 series servers. ASA firewalls and ACE load balancers are some of the Cisco network devices working on the Amsterdam data center.
INetU is also offering ‘Business Continuity Hot Site’ service in Amsterdam data center which means data replication between servers is possible. With this service, clients can replicate data between data centers in Chicago and Allentown.