Madrid and Amsterdam are currently our main hubs within our European datacenter network. As a strict requirement, every data center in which we are present must be connected to our core network through two physically dispersed routes of one or multiple 100 G, regardless of other connections to Internet exchange points and/or upstream providers that may be present at that specific location.
- Carrier-neutral facilities served by a large number of fiber operators and IP carriers.
- Multi-100 G core network.
- Redundant interconnection between data centers (Layer 2/Layer 3).
is connected to the Internet with an aggregated capacity of over 4 Tbps thanks to the network of Grupo Aire. The network of Aire Networks is one of the largest networks in Spain with 32.000 km and a growth capacity of N*400 Gbps.