European cloud provider Stackscale opens new data centers in Amsterdam and Madrid

08/06/2021 – Amsterdam

European Private Cloud provider Stackscale — based in the Netherlands and Spain — expands its infrastructure with new data centers in Amsterdam and Madrid. This expansion allows the provider to offer new and upgraded services and products, such as colocation services and further business continuity and Disaster Recovery solutions.

Since Q1-2021, Stackscale is ready to welcome new projects and customers in NorthC Almere in Amsterdam and Equinix MD2 and Interxion MAD3 in Madrid. The provider already had operational data center facilities in Equinix AM5 in Amsterdam and Interxion MAD2 in Madrid. By expanding its data centers network, Stackscale adds new services and features to its portfolio.

This expansion allows Stackscale to start offering colocation services — which customers can easily combine with their Private Cloud for gradually moving to the cloud — and additional cloud services for mission-critical environments, infrastructure for Disaster Recovery (DR) and crossed backups, among others. Besides, Stackscale is powered by a cutting-edge multi-100 G core network.

Moreover, among the new features and services, Stackscale offers geo-replication at no extra cost. An interesting feature for projects requiring a strong DR and business continuity strategy, as Javier Primo, COO of Stackscale, explains:

“This expansion allows us to offer synchronous geo-replication between two of our data centers at no extra cost. This is an added value for mission-critical environments and business continuity planning. Besides, together with our infrastructure for Disaster Recovery and backup solutions, it provides customers with a powerful tool for easily improving their DR plans.”

This expansion, together with Stackscale’s new server line launched in Q4-2020, is in line with the provider’s goal to offer high-quality, secure and high-performance bare-metal and cloud solutions. To do so, the cloud provider relies on data centers that are certified by international standards, rely on renewable energies and meet strict security and redundancy requirements.

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Stackscale cloud provider opens new data centers