Dutch VR

Let DutchVR be your journey into the potential of Virtual and Augmented Reality.

With the advance of technology, it is becoming easier to control what future built environments will look like. Virtual and Augmented Reality is the latest addition to digital visualization of buildings and cities, and can give you the opportunity of visiting and experiencing places that are not physically built. It can help builders, architects and clients see the impact of design choices, even before laying a single brick. It provides a useful tool in communicating with clients and engaging stakeholders. The future is now, come experience some of such projects for yourself. Start your journey into Virtual/Augmented Reality with Dutch VR.

SmartDC is the largest carrier neutral datacenter in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

SmartDC datacenters have the lowest PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) in the industry. Our unique cooling concept with closed cold and closed warm corridors feature N+1 adiabatic cooling for a PUE below 1.15.

SmartDC has several of the highest quality networks and fiber providers to ensure excellent connectivity. Connect to Level3, Global Crossing, Cogent, Interoute and more.

SmartDC datacenters have 24×7 security staff on-site and multiple layers of hardened security zones. Our facilities are yearly audited for the CDSA approval on content security and protection.

SmartDC launched the Rotterdam flagship facility in 2009 after a one year design phase. The SmartDC: Dataport of Rotterdam facility is located in the monumental UNESCO candidate listed Van Nelle facility in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. SmartDC is well known for its unique suite concept featuring dedicated suites per customer. Every suite is a mini-datacenter with private cooling, power breakers, security and capacity build-out. Our flagship datacenter operates 24 of these suites. Our datacenters are all Tier-3+ with N+1 cooling, N+1 uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), N+1 generators and two transformers for 23,000 Volt mains power for a total of 12 MegaWatt (MW) power usage.

 

 

 

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