Interxion is a European data centre company.
Headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands, the company offers carrier and cloud-neutral colocation data centre services.
Interxion delivers its services through 42 data centres in 13 metropolitan areas, which includes London, Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam and Madrid.
The company’s core offering is its colocation services, which allows companies to house their computing, network, storage and IT infrastructure in Interxion data centres.
Founded by Bart van den Dries, the company completed its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange in 2011.
What can the company’s London campus offer?
Interxion’s data centres allow customers to connect to over 600 carriers and ISPs and 21 European Internet exchanges.
All the company’s data centres are located close to city centres, ensuring good power availability and connectivity.
The main industry sectors the company focuses on are within Digital media, financial services, Cloud and Carriers and network providers.
The company’s London data centre campus is located between the square mile, the centre of global finance and Tech City, the 3rd largest technology start-up cluster in the world. The London campus has two data centres which hosts 80+ carriers, 2 IXPs and 2 public clouds.