New Dutch data center provider DCValley has announced that Deniz Arslan and Vincent Wammes have joined the organisation. Respectively as Commercial Manager and Managing Director. Both have many years of experience in the data center industry.
With this first build DCVALLEY is taking its first step towards building the most advanced, futureproof data centers in Europe with open technology. Construction is planned for the end of 2017. The first customer implementations are expected in the second quarter 2018. The facility is in many ways unique. The location is about 50km/30Miles and a 45 minute drive from the Amsterdam data center metro area. One of the densest data center areas in Europe and home of most of the large providers and the AMS-IX. Fiber lengths are less than 85km/53Miles fiber-length, 9 meters / 30 Feet above sea level (NAP), an extremely low risk profile and an excellent level of connectivity to both multiple carriers as well as power and ATES based cooling/heat transfer infrastructure. Currently DCVALLY is putting together a team of professionals to support the companies growth. Project Developer Fius van Laar is happy to welcome Deniz en Vincent to the team: “DCVALLEY is now at the end of the start-up phase. We will continue the development and Deniz and Vincent will contribute greatly to build a strong organization.”