Interxion

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Interxion
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Founded 1998
Headquarters Amsterdam
Key People David Ruberg, CEO
Products Managed Services Provider
Twitter @interxion
Website <www.interxion.com
Releases Company News

Interxion is a provider of co-location, data centers and managed services in Europe.[1] The company has seen notable growth in revenues. Revenues for the fourth quarter 2010 were €55.6 million, a 23 percent increase compared to €45.1 million in the fourth quarter 2009.[2] Customers include government agencies, enterprises, systems integrators, internet service providers, finance, telecommunications companies, Internet exchanges, media companies, manufacturers and hosting companies.

History[edit]

Interxion was established in 1998 in The Netherlands. As of 2011, Interxion managed 28 sites, covering 13 cities in 11 countries.

Shares of InterXion Holding NV (INXN.N) rose 6.2 percent in their stock market debut on Jan. 28, 2011. The stock closed at $13.80 on the New York Stock Exchange after climbing as high as $15.40, or 18.5 percent above its IPO price.[3]

Products and Services[edit]

Interxion's services include co-location and fully-outsourced data center solutions. The colocation services offering includes space, power, cooling and a secure environment in which to house computing, network, storage and IT infrastructure.

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