Smartdc Heerlen is a crucial location for our Twin Data Center Strategy, connected directly to Smartdc facilities in Rotterdam and located centrally between Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Paris.
Utilizing a direct connection to the DE-CIX in Frankfurt, our Heerlen location is fully independent from Amsterdam in case of network overload and connects you to the world in no time.
Smartdc Heerlen is a TIER-I certified datacenter, although it meets the requirements for a TIER-II certification.
As a global company, Smartdc has a responsibility to operate sustainably, providing a better world for future generations. As a part of the Ubisoft family, Smartdc and our sister company, i3D.net, have committed to becoming carbon-neutral by 2030 and carbon-negative by 2050.
Due to its geographic location, Smartdc Heerlen is located 100 meters above sea level according to NAP standards.
Its remote physical location at a distance from large network clusters and strategic placement above sea level add additional layers of location-based security to this data center.
Smartdc Heerlen is directly connected to DE-CIX in Frankfurt, one of the major internet exchanges serving as a gateway between Central Europe and the world.
Smartdc Heerlen is independent from Amsterdam internet exchanges and networks, and it’s still fully operational in case of network overload or failure in Amsterdam.
Smartdc data centers in Rotterdam and Heerlen form our Twin Data Center Strategy and are interconnected for instant access and redundancy.
This allows you to run your operations in any one of them and ensure that you always get the highest possible quality of service no matter which data center serves you.
Alarm system with smoke detectors
Biometric access control, video surveillance
ISO 27001 Certified
ISO 27001 is the international standard for setting up Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) regarding the reliability and security of control systems and data in Smartdc.
NEN 7510 Certified
The NEN 7510 is a Dutch standard based on the ISO 27001, focusing on the security of medical information in the healthcare industry, especially on patient data.