RTB House, a global company that provides state-of-the-art marketing technologies for top brands worldwide, has selected the maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 data center to co-locate its Open Compute Project hardware. OCP-ready equipment requires very specific data center power and cooling technology setups. As a European provider of colocation services with facilities in Amsterdam and Frankfurt, maincubes is able to co-locate this OCP-ready hardware for RTB House, Pressebox portal reports.
RTB House is a fast-growing global marketing technology company with a proprietary, deep learning-powered ad-buying engine. In 2019, the company has been ranked 37th in Central Europe in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50. RTB House also ranked 24th this year in the technology sector in the Financial Times 1000: Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2019.
To facilitate its continued growth and extend its IT infrastructure for the European market, RTB House was looking for a carrier-neutral colocation data center provider with a facility in Amsterdam offering ample whitespace to grow. This data center also had to be suitable to co-locate OCP hardware. The maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 data center was recommended to RTB House by CircleB, the first OCP Solution Provider for Europe that was officially authorized in 2018 by the Open Compute Foundation.
The first OCP colocation data center racks at maincubes are planned to go live in February 2020.