Media services provider Red Bee Media is joining the Dutch Data Centre Association (DDA). The company owns and operates the Media Gateway data centre in Hilversum, which provides colocation and connectivity services.
Jeroen de Kort, head of data centre services, Red Bee in the Netherlands, said: “Joining the DDA gives us a great platform to share knowledge and insights with other members and we are looking forward to contributing to best practices in data centre management in the Netherlands.”
Red Bee also recently started using green energy to power the Media Gateway, which was welcomed by the DDA.
Stijn Grove, managing director of the DDA, said: “The recent news that Red Bee provides its global Media Gateway with green energy is a great transition that the DDA strives for in all the participating data centres. We gladly support innovative organisations such as Red Bee and hope to collaborate with them on these sustainable matters in the future and work towards shared objectives.”
The Red Bee Media Gateway in Hilversum is a 1,400sqm co-location and connectivity data centre servicing a large number of public and commercial broadcasters as well as other media and telecom companies. It also offers access to all Red Bee hubs and services around the world, all main data centres across Europe and direct connection to major carriers, telcos, ISPs and football stadiums, television studios and event locations.