Serverius is a carrier-neutral Netherlands datacenter. It is located just a few miles away from Amsterdam in the heart of the Netherlands. The company is unique for its high quality services and its array of available networks. It is located in a perfectly stable environment, which makes it possible to build private networks and co-locate private hardware. The datacenter consists of the newest and most reliable technology: its high capacity co-location is protected with air conditioning, Tier 3 emergency power, efficient climate control services and modern fire extinguishers.
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The Netherlands datacenter is connected to a 10kV power grid ring, and its power capacity is 2 MV, which is expandable. Power facilities in data room 1 are Hot-swap no break N+1. Both A and B use the same data-room UPS, Electrical Switch Board, Generator(s) and Main Electrical Switch Board. Power facilities in data room 2 are Hot-swap no break N+1. Both A and B use the same data-room UPS, Electrical Switch Board, Generator(s) and Main Electrical Switch Board. Power facilities in data room 3 are Hot-swap no break 2N. Data-room UPS, Electrical Switch Board, Generator(s) and Main Electrical Switch Board for A and B are different. The diesel generators that are available on the site can support the machinery for over 96 hours. Power per third and half racks is up to 1×32 Ampere or 2×16 Ampere. Power per full rack is up to 4×32 Ampere per rack.
Network and Carriers
This Netherlands datacenter is carrier neutral and there are multiple carriers available. The datacenter also offers a private network (AS50673). It is 100% Cisco and 100% redundant. It also features numerous 10-GIGE backbone uplinks. Being a RIPE LIR member, the datacenter allows to announce PI or ASN.
Attached to 2N power grid is a redundant N+1 cooling. A constant temperature of 21°C (+/- 5°C) is maintained at the facility. There are only High-density Racks in Cold Corridor System. Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) is less than 1.3.