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Colocation Data Center Statistics, The Netherlands
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When searching for colocation data centers in The Netherlands, the following Dutch terms might be good to know. A data center is called data centrum, and apart from that they might also be refered to as datacentra. With regards to services, colocation is often refered to as colocatie and virtual servers as VPS (Virtual Private Server). Cloud hosting, managed hosting and dedicated servers are often just calle by the English terms rather than a Dutch term.
The Netherlands is one of europes hot-spots when it comes to connectivity and therefore also colocation data centers, due to its central location compared to the large nations in Europe and the fiber routes in to the region.
Together with United Kingdom, Germany and France, The Netherlands with Amsterdam as the primary market is among Europes top four locations. The primary internet exchange is AMS-IX, that is one of the worlds largest and available through multiple facilities in Amsterdam.
The Netherlands is 41.543 square kilometers large and has a total population of about 16,8 million people.
The Netherland facts from the CIA World Factbook:
Western Europe, bordering the North Sea, between Belgium and Germany
general assessment: highly developed and well maintained
domestic: extensive fixed-line fiber-optic network large cellular telephone system with 5 major operators utilizing the third generation of the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) technology one in five households now use Voice over the Internet Protocol (VoIP) services
international: country code - 31 submarine cables provide links to the US and Europe satellite earth stations - 5 (3 Intelsat - 1 Indian Ocean and 2 Atlantic Ocean, 1 Eutelsat, and 1 Inmarsat (2007)
Internet hosts: 10.983 million (2008)
Internet users: 15 million (2007)