Datacenter United continues to grow

For Datacenter United, 2022 will be the year of growth and further professionalization 

For Datacenter United, 2022 will be the year of growth and further professionalization 

Antwerp, January 16, 2022 - Datacenter United is off to a flying start this year. The Belgian provider of high-quality data center services announces the arrival of two heavyweights: Bart Stevens comes over from Digital Realty, the former Interxion, and will draw the lines of the group at Datacenter United on a technical and structural level. Albert Van Zeebroeck is leaving LCL Data Centers and will fully concentrate on the commercial development of Datacenter United and the partner network. Both persons have already started.

Bart Stevens:

"For me, a solid structure starts with well-trained people who are confident in their jobs. That is why I pay a lot of attention to training, coaching and direct contact with the employees. This is the only way we can make rapid progress in qualitative, technical and structural terms. The fact that I can achieve this at Datacenter United is an enormous opportunity which I am grasping with both hands."

Albert Van Zeebroeck:


"Datacenter United is brimming with ambition and a desire for growth, and I think that is completely justified. For me, this was an important reason to choose the company. It is particularly pleasant in such an entrepreneurial climate to be able to take the commercial side under my wings, in addition to the expansion of the partner network, telecom players and foreign opportunities."


Not only the newcomers support Datacenter United's growth ambition. The current employees are also making their contribution. Jo van den Langenbergh and Brodie Jones recently received the ATS (Accredited Tier Specialist) certificate from the Uptime Institute, which guarantees high-quality management of the data center.

Friso Haringsma, Managing Director of Datacenter United: "Attracting new employees and expanding the qualifications of our existing staff, fit perfectly into the growth strategy that we have outlined for our company. The dominant feeling here is that we have passed the introductory phase and that we are now starting to write our own story. With the maturity, knowledge and experience available, this will certainly succeed. There are a number of new announcements in the pipeline in the coming weeks."

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