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High-Performance IP Transit in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of the key Internet and data center hubs in western Europe. If you’re seeking IP Transit with the best bandwidth in the ‘Venice of the North’, we invite you to connect with’s top-ranked Internet backbone AS5405 in our AMS1-NL and AMS2-NL PoPs located within the Digital Realty Amsterdam AMS17 data center. 



Amsterdam - a digital mainport and tech hub

Amsterdam is renowned for its innovation and fintech services, having created one of the world’s first central banks and being home to the world’s second largest data transport hub, the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX).  
Amsterdam is also one of the key data center markets, with DataCenterMap currently listing 67 data centers in Amsterdam alone and 157 in the Netherlands overall. 

Internet access is particularly important in the Netherlands because it is well-positioned as a worldwide data distribution hub. Data centers employ more than 10,000 FTE (direct and indirect). But they are also critical to the 109,000 jobs in the tech hub and 2.1 million jobs in the digital economy.  
From a point of view of connectivity, CloudScene notes that the Amsterdam market includes 152 colocation providers, 745 connectivity providers, 152 hosting and cloud providers, and 178 managed services providers. So, high-quality bandwidth is critical.

dutch data centers - making strides in sustainability

The Netherlands stands out as one of the European countries making great progress with the sustainability of data centers, as found by the Dutch Data Center Association. This aligns well with’s mission of being a certified carbon neutral Network as a Service provider
Below are some key sustainability achievements of Dutch data centers

  • The Dutch data center sector has already greened 86% of their energy needs 
  • Data centers are drivers of green energy projects such as wind farms 
  • Residual heat from data centers is very suitable for local heat infrastructure: energy is used twice 
  • This sector is almost completely emission-free 
  • Dutch data center sector in top 5 in terms of energy-saving measures 
  • The water consumption by data centers is only 0.088% of the total consumption in the Netherlands 

internet connectivity in amsterdam and beyond is a Pan-European Network as a Service (NaaS) provider. Through our multi-terabit network with 100G/400G in every PoP, provides high-quality IP Transit service, IP Access, Carrier Ethernet, and integrated DDoS protection services.

All backed by a 100% uptime SLA.

The cloud has changed expectations for connectivity, and slow, traditional telco processes aren’t enough. As a pioneering European NaaS provider, has modernized the process of consuming IP Transit and other network services with a cloud-like approach.  

Through our web portal, you can explore our offerings, and order and provision services in minutes. also offers service provisioning through our Open API-compliant REST API.  We also make it easy and fast to access our technical support resources via Slack. offers high-speed connectivity via 30+ core PoPs across Europe. You can also connect from over 300 European data centres via our network extensions. For example, in the Netherlands you can connect via data centers in Rotterdam, The Hague, Eindhoven, Almere, and many more. To see all locations visit the portal

A Network Engineered for Performance

Delivering the best digital user experiences is only possible when ensuring optimal routes and throughput. That’s why engineers its network for high performance. We maintain an open peering policy, and intentionally peer with many smaller and regional networks, so that we can deliver your traffic to users with extremely low latency and the highest throughput possible. 

Our AS 5405 has been ranked as one of the top ASNs in Europe

  • #77 for known peers globally* 
  • #80 for AS Cone globally* 
  • 1800+ peerings 
  • BGP Communities
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