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NetShop ISP launches three new data centers in Asia and Europe

NetShop ISP has confirmed the launch of three new data centers in strategically located regions across Asia and Europe.

The company has added Singapore, Hong Kong and the Netherlands (Amsterdam) to its existing spread of global data centers across the US (Los Angeles), the UK, Cyprus and Malta. 

Click HERE for more details from Stefano Sordini, NetShop ISP CEO.

Through the new data centers, NetShop ISP will be offering cloud hosting, bare-metal dedicated servers and internet connectivity (both international and local), while rack and colocation services will follow in the coming months.

“A substantial investment took place in order for us to be able to expand globally and help our customers deploy cloud or bare-metal servers in Amsterdam, a prime European location, and Singapore, a global business and connectivity hub,” said Sordini.

“Furthermore, the addition of Hong Kong to our global infrastructure will enable new and existing customers of NetShop ISP to reach 1.4 billion of consumers in mainland China.”

Katerina Burtsava, Head of Sales at NetShop ISP, added: “A key advantage for customers who choose to host in any of the three new locations is their access to a fully functioning personal private network that is isolated from the public network, on a hardware level, and also isolated from private networks of other customers on a software level.”

NetShop ISP owns and maintains all backend infrastructure that allows the company to ensure that its reliability, uptime and operational capabilities are in line with international data center standards. Additionally, it has acquired a large capacity of international bandwidth to favour economies of scale and, subsequently, allow its customers to benefit from low-cost bandwidth tariffs.

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