INTERXION BEGINS CONSTRUCTION OF THIRD BRUSSELS DATA CENTRE

Publishing Date: Mar 05, 2021

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INTERXION BEGINS CONSTRUCTION OF THIRD BRUSSELS DATA CENTRE

PRESS RELEASE:  BRUSSELS, Belgium – Interxion: A Digital Realty Company has announced that it has begun construction of a third data centre in Belgium.

The expansion – named BRU3 – is adjacent to the existing facilities on the Interxion Brussels Campus.  The first phase of the project is expected to be completed Q4 2021.

“BRU3 meets the requirements of both our local and global multinational enterprise customers, providing access to dense network connectivity, available power and interconnectivity with other strategic European locations,” says Dirk van de Geer, Managing Director, Interxion Belgium. “We are pleased to support local and global service providers with this additional data centre to enable them to seamlessly expand their services via PlatformDIGITAL®.”

“Interxion's expansion in Brussels demonstrates our commitment to supporting customers' digital transformation strategies, enabling them to leverage Digital Realty's global platform spanning 24 countries across six continents,” says Jeff Tapley, Joint Managing Director EMEA, Interxion. “Brussels has a highly interconnected data community and provides an ideal location for customers to consolidate their digital infrastructure.”

“The rate at which data is proliferating today is unprecedented and is projected to increase to over 44 zettabytes by 2024 – growing more than 150 percent on last year. This is particularly apparent in Europe where the volume of data being created and exchanged between European cities is the largest in the world. Consequently, enterprises are under increasing pressure to deliver their services at scale to often geographically dispersed points of business presence, quickly and efficiently,” concludes Tapley.

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