German Automotive Company Daimler Chooses Data Center Company maincubes
May 10, 2019
German automotive company Daimler AG (Daimler) has chosen data center company maincubes to provide the global entity with colocation services. Daimler, one of the world’s leading luxury car brands, has been in business since 1890 and has headquarters in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The company will relocate its data center operations to maincubes’ facility in Frankfurt, Germany.
A Zech Group company, maincubes has data centers across Europe and headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. The company was established in 2012 and as well as colocation provides a range of services including cloud, Infrastructure, and IT security services. Alongside its Frankfurt facility maincubes operates ‘AMS01’ - its data center in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The transition will allow Daimler to operate IT services and meet its need for hybrid cloud solutions. It will also offer a “secure exchange of data in connection with IoT and cloud services” that will underpin the company’s moves into areas like electric and autonomous vehicles.
“An optimal supply of optical fiber guarantees direct access to many central telecommunications routes both nationally and internationally,” explained maincubes through its website. “In addition to wide-ranging connectivity, maincubes stands for high-level security – thanks to its highly available technologies and processes, which conform with the best practices of the new industry standard Zero Outage, Daimler’s security concept provides the necessary basis for secure IT services”.