Greenhouse’s two colocation data centers in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands (Greenhouse DC1 and DC2) are flexibly connected to the region and the world via more than 10 telecom carriers. These data centers also provide access to various Internet exchanges including AMS-IX, NL-IX and DE-CIX, as well as near-zero latency connection to data center PoPs on the Internet node in Amsterdam.
10+ telecom carriers
Cloud & cross-connects, our hybrid ecosysteem
Greenhouse offers the opportunity to deploy cross-connects in its colocation data centers. It means cable connections can be made with others, such as (cloud) service providers. We also have cloud onramps available, connecting your ICT environment dedicated and securely to popular public cloud platforms. Our hybrid network ecosystem thus offers flexible connectivity for every ICT application.
Satellite dish services
Greenhouse’s satellite dish park offers companies in the Westland/Rotterdam/The Hague regions a low-threshold option to setup microwave connections - for backup, archiving and disaster recovery, among other applications. In addition, media companies can set up their media distribution from the Greenhouse data centers through satellite communication. We have a growing number of satellite feeds available.