Amsterdam Expands Digital Transformation in EMEA

Given the endless opportunities for digital businesses to interconnect with the world from Amsterdam, we’re excited to celebrate the extension of the Equinix AM7 International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data center with our launch event on December 4, 2018.

9 Awesome Photos of the AM4 Launch Event in Amsterdam

Our newest IBX data center, AM4 in Amsterdam, is officially open for business. Check out these nine awesome photos of the AM4 Launch Event in Amsterdam. Enjoy!

A New Amsterdam Data Center, a New Path to the Digital Edge

Equinix is just weeks from opening a towering new glass-lined data center at Science Park Amsterdam, a global interconnection hub that’s mere milliseconds by high speed cable from most major markets in Europe. But another key destination for customers at Equinix’s new AM4 facility will be the digital edge.

Successfully Fending Off Distributed Denial of Service Attacks

An innovative interconnection solution is mitigating DDoS attacks before they can cause the costly damage they have traditionally wrought on the Internet community.

Stay Cool, Equinix. Data Center Temperatures Always a Priority, Hot Weather or Not.

Cooling innovation is a priority at Equinix, so we keep up with the latest technology and trends. From the company’s start, we’ve guaranteed power and cooling, and we’re always looking for better ways to deliver it. Summertime or not.

Equinix Green Spotlight: AM3 Saves Energy Via the Earth, Sky and Rooftop

With Earth Day approaching, we at the Interconnections blog thought the time was right to start a regular “green spotlight” series that highlights some of the distinctive ways Equinix data centers are saving energy and protecting the environment.

Equinix celebrates spring in Amsterdam with “SkirtsRun”

Equinix supported this happy event where Amsterdam celebrates spring. Over 700 women and children ran across the campus where our data center AM3 Science Park is located. With this sponsorship Equinix stimulates social activities and further development on the Science Park campus, one of the most wired regions in the world.