O provedor de Chicago instalou 30 racks em data center da Interxion na Holanda.

A SingleHop está oferecendo 10% de desconto para os primeiros 6 meses e dobrando RAM e banda em ação de pré-venda que precede a inauguração oficial.

SingleHop is expanding into Europe to meet customer demand. The Chicago-based cloud hosting provider announced plans to open a new data center in Amsterdam, according to CMo and co-founder Dan Ushman, who said SingleHop has installed 30 racks in an Interxion data center.


The facility will replicate the entire SingleHop technology platform and security features of the company’s U.S. data centers, with biometric physical access controls, individually locking cabinets and 24-hour security. The majority of the company’s current services will be offered through the new data center, including dedicated servers, enterprise private clouds, and managed services.


SingleHop is featuring an early-bird pre-sale offer for customers with predictable infrastructure needs to reserve server capacity in the new Amsterdam data center in advance of its official opening. Pre-sale buyers will receive twice the RAM and bandwidth allocations, plus 10 percent off base pricing for the first six months.
SingleHop Expands in Amsterdam With Interxion