In a significant development in the technology landscape, Turnkey Internet, a Colohouse Company, is marking its European debut with the opening of its hosting and bare met location in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This expansion underlines the company’s focus on addressing evolving customer needs across the globe.
Known for its range of services, including cloud hosting, bare metal, managed services and more, Turnkey has always been committed to fulfilling the demands of its clientele. The Amsterdam data center, a carrier-neutral location with connections to over 115 networks and peering exchanges, including AMS-IX, will ensure a robust and reliable infrastructure for Turnkey customers.
“Deploying our cloud and bare metal server product line in Amsterdam allows lower latency connectivity to customers in the EU along with multi-continent redundancy and disaster recovery services to our existing customers in the US,” said Joe Schoonbeck, VP of Hosting at Colohouse.
A notable feature of this expansion is the development of its enterprise servers powered by the 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. This enhancement introduces cloud VPS, allowing for the expanded workload of applications and a new dedicated server product line designed to handle the growing demands of the company’s user base.
Planning for the future, Turnkey Internet is already laying out plans to further extend its geographical footprint in Europe and Asia as part of a larger growth strategy, with more product plans set to unfold in 2023.
To learn more about TurnKey Internet’s services or to configure servers in Amsterdam, please visit wwww.turnkeyinternet.net/datacenters/Amsterdam.