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Uninterrupted supply of energy, emergency power supply with enormous capacity, a high level of security, and extensive connectivity possibilities. Cellnex’ media sites have originally been built to always keep on working. With this, they offer the perfect building blocks for datacenters with the highest uptime levels.

Cellnex offers you a reliable, flexible and green solution. On a unique location. We provide datacenter services in 24 high telecom & data towers, throughout the Netherlands. In addition, we have a datacentre a the mediapark in Hilversum: the Media Gateway.

Originally, the Cellnex’ telecom & data towers facilitated broadcasting signals for television, radio, and mobile communication. The towers are still essential for the service of mobile telecom operators and roadcasting operators. They also play a key role in the Dutch emergency infrastructure. By now, they have also proven to be the ultimate environment for safe data storage and off er innovative possibilities for edge computing.

 

Uninterrupted supply of energy, emergency power supply with enormous capacity, a high level of security, and extensive connectivity possibilities. Cellnex’ media sites have originally been built to always keep on to always keep on working. With this, they offer the perfect building blocks for datacenters with the highest uptime levels.

Cellnex offers you a reliable, flexible and green solution. On a unique location. We provide datacenter services in 24 high telecom & data towers, throughout the Netherlands. In addition, we have a datacentre a the mediapark in Hilversum: the Media Gateway.

Originally, the Cellnex’ telecom & data towers facilitated broadcasting signals for television, radio, and mobile communication. The towers are still essential for the service of mobile telecom operators and roadcasting operators. They also play a key role in the Dutch emergency infrastructure. By now, they have also proven to be the ultimate environment for safe data storage and off er innovative possibilities for edge computing.

 

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Cellnex has nationwide coverage with 24 data towers and the Media Gateway. In the Netherlands, you are therefore never more than 35 kilometers from one of our towers. This means that there’s always a suitable datacenter close to you.

At Cellnex, we constantly try to save as much energy as possible in our datacenters. Partly because of the height of our telecom & data towers, we can use energy-saving cooling methods: direct free air cooling and water cooling. These cooling methods are known for their exceptionally low electricity use. With a PUE of 1.2, Cellnex’s datacenters are very energy efficient, which also leads to a lower energy bill.
Cellnex keeps investing in a better environment and the development of smart and sustainable solutions. This is one of the reasons why we are a partner in Green IT Amsterdam, a platform consisting of over 50 parties that promotes a strong local datacenter industry that invests in green solutions.

The Cellnex datacenters in the towers have been set up in a small-scale and modular fashion. This is prompted by the exterior and interior architecture of the data towers. The advantage of these modular datacenters is that we can set them up very quickly, in agreement with the latest technologies and in accordance with your specific wishes.
Thanks to the scalable layout, there is room for growth and we can quickly anticipate new technological developments. Furthermore, the lead time is particularly short. A datacenter with ten to twelve server racks can be completely realized within 2 months. Do you wish to use one or several racks in an existing datacenter? We can set that up for you within a week.

Cellnex is carrier neutral. You choose which carriers you want to connect with.  You can use fiber optic cables, but thanks to the high attitude of the towers, at Cellnex you can opt for wireless transmission between your office and the datacenter in the tower. If you choose both options, you are ensured a connectivity guarantee of 99.999%

By applying innovative cooling solutions, such as Direct Free Air Cooling and groundwater cooling, our Efficiency (PUE) is one of the best of Europe. Cellnex cools the IT equipment bases on the ‘cold corridor principle’. Cellnex meets the requirements for datacenter temperature and air humidity tolerances outlined in AHSRAE TC9.2.

We guarantee the safety of every location with an access system. The personal RFID access pass takes you to the datacenter floor for which you are authorized. The floor can, if desired, be equipped with a biometrical access system, such as facial recognition or fingerprint. Of course, our datacenters have also been secured against break-ins according to the highest standards. Besides fences, every location is equipped with a camera system and detection system with active and passive sensors.

Cellnex has nationwide coverage with 24 data towers and the Media Gateway. In the Netherlands, you are therefore never more than 35 kilometers from one of our towers. This means that there’s always a suitable datacenter close to you.

At Cellnex, we constantly try to save as much energy as possible in our datacenters. Partly because of the height of our telecom & data towers, we can use energy-saving cooling methods: direct free air cooling and water cooling. These cooling methods are known for their exceptionally low electricity use. With a PUE of 1.2, Cellnex’s datacenters are very energy efficient, which also leads to a lower energy bill.
Cellnex keeps investing in a better environment and the development of smart and sustainable solutions. This is one of the reasons why we are a partner in Green IT Amsterdam, a platform consisting of over 50 parties that promotes a strong local datacenter industry that invests in green solutions.

The Cellnex datacenters in the towers have been set up in a small-scale and modular fashion. This is prompted by the exterior and interior architecture of the data towers. The advantage of these modular datacenters is that we can set them up very quickly, in agreement with the latest technologies and in accordance with your specific wishes.
Thanks to the scalable layout, there is room for growth and we can quickly anticipate new technological developments. Furthermore, the lead time is particularly short. A datacenter with ten to twelve server racks can be completely realized within 2 months. Do you wish to use one or several racks in an existing datacenter? We can set that up for you within a week.

Cellnex is carrier neutral. You choose which carriers you want to connect with.  You can use fiber optic cables, but thanks to the high attitude of the towers, at Cellnex you can opt for wireless transmission between your office and the datacenter in the tower. If you choose both options, you are ensured a connectivity guarantee of 99.999%

By applying innovative cooling solutions, such as Direct Free Air Cooling and groundwater cooling, our Efficiency (PUE) is one of the best of Europe. Cellnex cools the IT equipment bases on the ‘cold corridor principle’. Cellnex meets the requirements for datacenter temperature and air humidity tolerances outlined in AHSRAE TC9.2.

We guarantee the safety of every location with an access system. The personal RFID access pass takes you to the datacenter floor for which you are authorized. The floor can, if desired, be equipped with a biometrical access system, such as facial recognition or fingerprint. Of course, our datacenters have also been secured against break-ins according to the highest standards. Besides fences, every location is equipped with a camera system and detection system with active and passive sensors.

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The Cellnex datacenters have been set up in a compact and modular fashion. Due to the small-scale nature of the datacenter floors, we are constantly capable of integrating the latest technologies and designing a datacenter that meets your expectations and requirements.
We don’t use standard product lists, but prefer customization. With a private floor you have the option of setting up your datacenter according your own requirements and demands. For example, you can opt for a 80 cm rack or a combination of 60 and 100 cm racks. You also have the choice between a full or half rack or a combination thereof. At Cellnex, you can still buy 1 KW per rack instead of the usual 2 KW. Or you can even buy 20 KW per rack, if you wish.

You can also select your own access system. Do you want to be able to enter your datacenter via a pin code or do you prefer an iris scan? Ask for the possibilities. And what do you think of your own company logo in the datacenter? If you invite your customers to your datacenter, they will see that it is really your own private environment.

Your needs are our focal point. And because of the smart technologies we use, we often enable you to achieve significant savings.

No one else but you has access to your own floor. Optimal privacy is thus guaranteed. This means there is no risk from other users who may be negligent or may place equipment that is potentially flammable. A pleasant thought in relation to the current GDPR legislation.


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Locations

  • Alphen aan den Rijn
  • Amsterdam
  • The Hague
  • Eys
  • Gemert
  • Goes
  • Haarlem
  • Hilversum
  • Media Gateway Hilversum
  • Hoogersmilde
  • IJsselstein
  • Ittervoort
  • Lelystad
  • Loon op Zand
  • Maastricht
  • Markelo
  • Megen
  • Mierlo
  • Roermond
  • Roosendaal
  • Rotterdam
  • Tjerkgaast / Spannenburg
  • Ugchelen
  • Wormer
  • Zwolle
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Features datacenter Alphen aan den Rijn

  • 77 m² surface area per data floor
  • 385 m² total surface area
  • 450 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Amsterdam

  • 40 m² surface area per data floor
  • 80 m² total surface area
  • 400 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Den Haag

  • 133 meters high (without antenna 99 m)
  • Year of construction: 1960
  • 37 floors
  • 40 m² surface area per data floor
  • 380 m² total surface area
  • 225 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features data centre Eys

  • 40 m² surface area per data floor
  • 40 m² total surface area
  • 225 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Gemert

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 50 m² total surface area
  • 120 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Goes

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 550 m² total surface area
  • 1050 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Haarlem

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 50 m² total surface area
  • 225 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Hilversum

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 150 m² total surface area
  • 700 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Media Gateway Hilversum (‘East’-Amsterdam)

  • 1400 m² total surface area
  • Over 500 racks
  • 1 MW total power capacity
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • 100% powered by sustainable green energy
  • Carrier neutral
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Hoogersmilde

  • 21 floors
  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 350 m² total surface area
  • 860 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-25 kVA capacity
  • Power Supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter IJsselstein

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 500 m² total surface area
  • 1260 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Ittervoort

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 50 m² total surface area 100 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Lelystad

  • 45 m² surface area per data floor
  • 180 m² total surface area
  • 450 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Loon op Zand

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 50 m² total surface area
  • 120 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Maastricht

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 50 m² total surface area
  • 160 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Markelo

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 500 m² total surface area
  • 1000 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-25 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Megen

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 50 m² total surface area
  • 170 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Mierlo

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 100 m² total surface area
  • 281 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Roermond

  • 65 m² surface area per data floor
  • 585 m² total surface area
  • 981 kVA total capacity Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Roosendaal

  • 50m² surface area per data floor
  • 100 m² total surface area
  • 281 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Rotterdam

  • 40 m² surface area per data floor
  • 80 m² total surface area
  • 281 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Tjerkgaast

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 50 m² total surface area
  • 225 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Ugchelen

  • 75 m² surface area per data floor
  • 75 m² total surface area
  • 150 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Wormer

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 150 m² total surface area
  • 450 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Features datacenter Zwolle

  • 75 m² surface
  • 75 m² total surface area
  • 150 kVA total capacityCold corridor principle
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C area per data floor
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year

Adress

Energieweg 4
2404 HE
Alphen aan den Rijn

Facts

Several of our telecom & data towers are breeding places for peregrine falcons, and that includes this tower in Alphen. Other towers that shelter these birds of prey are the tower in De Mortel, Zwolle and Haarlem. The 135-meter-high tower in Alphen in the only place in the Groene Hart (Green Heart) where the birds have settled down. They don’t occur anywhere else in the region.

After purchasing 24 towers/radio masts from KPN, Cellnex began establishing datacenters in these towers. In 2010, the datacenter in Alphen aan de Rijn was the second datacenter to be established.

Since December 22, 2017, the tower is permanently illuminated.

Adress

Barbara Strozzilaan 251
1083 HN
Amsterdam

Facts

In 2009, the telecom and data tower, located on the Amsterdam Zuidas was increased from 106 meters to almost 150 meters and thus became one of the highest buildings in the city. The tower was also embellished that year, after the design of architect Christof Schwencke. The concrete shaft of the tower was painted azure. The shaft, with a surface of over two thousand square meters, was covered in five layers of coating. One of the requirements that the municipal council of Amsterdam made prior to issuing the building permit had to do with the aesthetic aspect. The tower shouldn’t look out of place among the prestigious and beautifully designed structures on the Zuidas.

Light art has been installed in the tower. The design of the light art is an initiative of the Projectbureau Zuidas, the Virtueel Museum Zuidas and KPN. The artwork, White Noise, was designed by the well-known light artist Giny Vos. When it gets dark, a constantly changing image of planets and stars appears on the tower. A twinkling universe crossed by meteorites and livened by small explosions. Sometimes lines of code consisting of letters and numbers appear in this universe, as a sign of human communication.

Adress

Louise Henriëttestraat 385
2595 TS
Den Haag

Address

Eyserbosweg 27
6287 NE
Eys

Facts

This 94-meter-high steel tubular pole was built in the hilly landscape of the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem, Limburg in 1972. The road on which this datacenter is situated, the Eyserbosweg, is infamous among cyclists.

The tower was owned by KPN until 2007. Cellnex bought the tower and established its data centre in it. With a total floor surface area of only 40 m2, this is the smallest of our datacenters.

Address

Hemelsbleekweg 15
5425 PB
De Mortel (gemeente Gemert)

Facts

The telecom and data tower in De Mortel shelters the peregrine falcon. On the website www.beleefdelente.nl, you can observe the comings and goings of the peregrine falcon pair that nested there in 2005. Vogelbescherming Nederland (Dutch society for the protection of birds) put a webcam in the nest a couple of years ago that records all the events in the nest. The view inside the nest isn’t just fun and interesting; the peregrine falcons also make themselves useful by scaring off pigeons. Pigeons are the falcon’s preferred prey. Because of the inconvenience of their excrement, pigeons can become a nuisance in the towers.

This tower was put into service in 1989 and was owned by KPN until 2007. The radio mast only transmits radio signals. The 128-meter-high concrete construction bears a close resemblance to the tower of Ittervoort, but is 10 meters higher.

Address

Cornelisweg 10
4463 AK
Goes

Facts

The Goes tower is the oldest radio and television mast in the Netherlands. Even the Gerbrandy Tower is more recent. It was built in 1957, on the behest of then minister Cals, to make radio and television available in the whole of the Netherlands.

Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening, the tower is illuminated. It is truly a beacon in the landscape of the province of Zeeland. Because of this and because of its age, the tower is quite well-known. It even has its own website filled with interesting details and historical facts.

The datacenter in this radio mast in Goes is the sixth datacenter that Cellnex has set up. In terms of capacity, it is also one of our largest datacenters.

Address

A. Hofmanweg 1
2031 BH
Haarlem

Facts

The telecom & data tower in the Waarderpolder has been in use since 1972. For years, the 149-meter-high tower stood in a relatively empty industrial area. It is quite remarkable to realise that the tower was built in only 25 days.

This tower also shelters peregrine falcons, like the tower in De Mortel.

Address

Witte Kruislaan 47-A
1217 AM
Hilversum

Facts

In 1951, the very first radio mast for television (Nederland 1) was built in Hilversum, but this mast was replaced by this new mast on the Witte Kruislaan in 1973. At first, the tower was 142 meters high, but the current construction is 196 meters. In 2011, the tower was named the ‘Man Bijt Hond’ television tower. At the start of the new television season of 2013, the tower was ‘officially opened’.

Cellnex has set up a datacenter in this tower. There is great video footage of the construction, you can view that here.

Address

Koos Postemalaan 2
1217 ZC
Hilversum

Facts

The Cellnex Media Gateway in Hilversum Mediapark, close to Amsterdam, is a 1400 m2 colocation and connectivity datacenter, enabling public and commercial broadcasters as well as media and telecom companies to connect with their audiences and with each other.

The state-of-the-art datacenter is directly connected to all major carriers, telcos and ISPs, and a growing number of football stadiums, TV studios and event locations.

Opened in 2001, the Media Gateway was the first commercial carrier-neutral datacenter in the Hilversum Mediapark, with ambitions to become the broadcast media hub of Northern Europe. Since November 2021, Cellnex has acquired the datacenter from Red Bee. With this acquisition Cellnex has expanded its’ datacenter offering. The Media Gateway is a valuable addition to Cellnex’ datacenter portfolio. It is centrally located near Amsterdam and rackspace is immediately available.

Address

Van Veenstraat 26
9423 VB
Hoogersmilde

Facts

The telecom & data tower in Hoogersmilde was brought into use on November 24, 1959 and was named Zendmast Smilde. The construction has a height of 303 meter in total.

On the 50th anniversary of the tower in 2010, RTV Drenthe broadcast, among other things, a short documentary about the last couple of years and an hour-long recording of the construction on 1959.

In 2007, Cellnex purchased this tower – and 23 others in the Netherlands – from telecom company KPN. In April of 2015, a collaboration with CJ2 led to the tower being named CJ2 Datatoren.

Address

Hogebiezendijk 21
3401 RS
IJsselstein

Facts

The Gerbrandy Tower may well be the best-known radio mast in the Netherlands and it is most certainly the highest (372 m). This tower, including the antenna, is higher than the Eiffel Tower. For years, the tower was known as the tower of Lopik, but because of municipal reorganisation, the tower is currently located on the territory of the municipality of IJsselstein.

The radio mast has an interesting history. Maarten van Rossem filmed a documentary for RTV Utrecht and scaled the tower, which is no mean feat for someone with a fear of heights. The mast is decorated with lights on the tethers (almost) every year around Christmas time, resulting in an extremely large ‘Christmas tree’.

The datacenter set up in the tower has the largest capacity of all our datacenters: over 1200 kVA. It is not the largest in terms of surface area, though; that would be the datacenter in Roermond.

Address

Branskamp 16
6014 CB
Ittervoort

Facts

This telecom & data tower with datacenter is located in Ittervoort, in the Limburg municipality of Leudal. The tower was built in 1989 and is 118 meters high.

Address

Oostvaardersdijk 1-3
8244 PA
Lelystad

Facts

The telecom & data tower in Lelystad is located on the west side of the city and has a beautiful view over the Oostvaardersplassen. This tower, built in 1975, is 190 meters high. To provide the harbour area of the city with a boost, the tower was illuminated in March 2014, making it a real beacon in the landscape.

In 2007 Cellnex bought the tower -and 23 other towers – from KPN. In March 2018 Cellnex realised a datacenter in this tower and since then several companies from Lelystad have stored their data in their own region.

Address

Finantiën 5
5175 NW
Loon op Zand

Facts

On the border between Loon op Zand and Tilburg, this 153-meter-high concrete television tower is situated. It was built in the 50’s of the previous century after erstwhile minister Cals ordered that television in the Netherlands should become available to everyone. With the further developments of digital television, the tower’s height was increased from 125 to 153 in 2009.

As is the case with all Cellnex’s towers, this datacenter is not accessible to the public. Thanks to the video drone of Airpro Waalwijk, you can check out some views of the tower.

Address

Trichterbaan 170
6215 XZ
Maastricht

Facts

This media tower, better known as the Toren van Daalhof, is the eye-catcher of the Maastricht neighbourhood of Daalhof. With its 86 meters, it is an impressive appearance in between the houses.

From its construction in 1960 to the present day, the tower has functioned as a radio and television tower and it is one of the 24 towers that Cellnex bought from KPN in 2007.

Address

Larenseweg 58
7475 PX
Markelo

Facts

Approximately five kilometers west of the village is this 154-meter-high television tower. You can find a miniature version of this tower in Madurodam in The Hague. In 2007, the tower was shortened after the analog television signal was taken offline.

The tower in Markelo grants a spectacular view of the Salland Hill Ridge and offers beautiful views of Deventer, Zutphen, Almelo and Enschede.

With a total capacity of 1000 kVA, this datacenter has the third-most capacity.

Address

Ravensteinsedijk 2-A
5368 LB
Megen

Address

Torenweg 1
5731 CJ
Mierlo

Facts

The concrete radio mast is an eye-catcher in the landscape that surrounds the Noord-Brabant town of Mierlo. The 105-meter-high construction was put into use in August of 1957, as one of the five radio masts that then minister Cals had built for the national television coverage. However, the tower was only used for this purpose for a few years. To this day, the radio frequencies are broadcast from this tower. When they bought this radio mast, Cellnex established their datacenter in it.

Address

Op de Meuleberg 7
6041 NK
Roermond

Facts

The telecom & data tower has been in use since 1957 and has served as a radio and television tower for the last couple of years. The 157-meter-high radio mast was actually 20 meters higher. When the antenna was replaced by KPN in 2007, they were able to use a shorter antenna. They didn’t need the space for analog radio stations, after all. This tower is built according to the same principles as the towers of Hoogersmilde and IJsselstein, but is significantly smaller.

Since June 2014, the telecom & data tower of Roermond houses a one of Cellnex’s large datacenters. With this location, the Limburg region was also given access to the datacenter of the future.

Address

Melis Stokelaan 25
4707 HP
Roosendaal

Facts

Since the beginning of the 60’s of the previous century, the tower of Roosendaal serves as a radio mast for radio and television. The radio mast was scheduled to be transformed into an apartment building in 2006, by the then owner KPN, but this did not come to pass. Cellnex bought the tower and used it to establish their data centre.

This data tower in Roosendaal was also opened to the public during the Heppie View Tour in 2014.

Address

Anthony Fokkerweg 40
3088 GG
Rotterdam

Facts

The first business who secured their data in this modular datacenter is the (maritime) transport company Jumbo. The 202-meter-high radio mast stands in de Waalhaven and is the highest free-standing mast in the Netherlands.

Since 1962, the radio mast has been used for the telephone service for many years and was also used for radio or television signals. Nowadays, the tower is used to transmit radio frequencies. This radio mast was constructed according to the same principles used for the Euromast. As the buildings in the city became higher, it became necessary in 1983 to increase the height of the tower.

Address

Gaestdyk 3
8522 MV
Tjerkgaast

Facts

The Toren van Spannenburg, as this telecom & data tower is sometimes called, was built in 1972 at the behest of the erstwhile PTT. The tower has a total height of 118 meters.

In 2007, Cellnex bought 24 telecom & data towers in the Netherlands, including this tower, from KPN and established its datacenters in them. With only 50 m2 of surface area, this is one of our smaller datacenters.

In November of 2016, Cellnex entered a partnership with ViaData Automatisering from Heerenveen and the tower was named: ViaData Toren. On November 4, 2016, the opening of the new datacenter was celebrated with a festive ceremony.

Address

Otterloseweg 110
7339 GZ
Ugchelen

Facts

The broadcasting station of Ugchelen is a 142-meter-high construction made completely out of steel. These kinds of towers are called lattice towers. This tower was built in 1959 to transmit TV signals for the Dutch television from IJsselstein (Lopik) to Markelo and Zwolle-Kerspel for the television reception in the east and north of the Netherlands.

This tower was bought in 2007 by Cellnex to house a datacenter. The construction is also still fully in use as a radio mast.

Address

Eenhoornweg 1
1531 ME
Wormer

Facts

The 144-meter-high concrete radio mast has featured in the beautiful landscape along the Zaan since 1968. The Toren van Wormer, also known as the Nozema tower, has been in Cellnex’s possession since its acquisition in 2007. This telecom & data tower was one of the first five towers enhanced with a datacenter in a radio mast.

The radio mast has always been used for television, first analog and nowadays digital, and still serves this function to this day.

Address

Bergkloosterweg 62-I
8034 PP
Zwolle

Facts

In the radio mast of Zwollerkerspel, the analog antennas made room for Cellnex’s very first datacenter. On December 1, 2009, this datacenter was put into use by an accountants and consultancy firm with multiple offices in the Netherlands. The tower was never used for television signals, only radio frequencies were transmitted from Zwolle.

The tower stands in Zwollerkerspel, a former district in Zwolle, and was built around 1959.

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