Web Host ServerMania Adds New Data Center in Netherlands

February 14, 2018
Web Host ServerMania Adds New Data Center in Netherlands
Web host ServerMania has announced it has added a new Netherlands-based data center to its global network of facilities. ServerMania, which has headquarters in Ontario, Canada, provides a broad range of hosting options including traditional web hosting, cloud hosting, dedicated servers, Virtual Private Servers (VPS), and a number of ‘bare metal’ options for demanding enterprise workloads. The company also offers hybrid servers, backup solutions, and DDoS protection packages. ServerMania’s latest data center is the fifth to join its network of facilities which includes facilities in the United States and Canada.

Located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands capital, the new center is a “response to growing global demand for ServerMania’s range of cloud and dedicated server hosting products”. The Tier 3 center is ideally positioned for European clients and businesses that want to do business in Europe. It will immediately offer dedicated server hosting, managed services, and hybrid server hosting. Public and private cloud hosting are also planned to be provided from the center, which offers “the strongest possible privacy protections” with services that meet Canada’s rigorous ‘Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act’ (PIPEDA) privacy requirements. These requirements are “compatible with the EU’s privacy laws” and as a result, ServerMania’s customers can host data that belongs to European Union citizens in Europe and Canada.

“This European data center solidifies our commitment to building a truly global network,” suggested Kevin Blanchard, the CEO of ServerMania. “Server hosting customers will be able to leverage the new location for low-latency access to European markets with all the reliability and support they’ve come to expect from ServerMania.”

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