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LuxConnect S.A.

202, Z.A.E. Wolser F | 3290 Bettemburg | Luxemburg
Christine De Ridder, Head of Sales and Corporate Communication
Tel: 00352 276168 1 | Fax: 00352 276168 99

LuxConnect is a multi-tenant and multi-Tier Data Center provider and Dark Fiber network operator based in Luxembourg.

LuxConnect’s four Data Centers have different Tier levels (from Tier II to Tier IV) and feature a total net IT surface of 14.700 m². Three facilities are certified by the Uptime Institute (depending on facility: Tier II and/or Tier IV; Design and/or Constructed Facility). All Data Centers are exclusively powered by green energy.

LuxConnect is offering its colocation services directly to end-customers.

LuxConnect is carrier neutral. Currently, almost 40 carriers are collocated within LuxConnect Data Centers. Due to its central position in Western Europe, LuxConnect tenants enjoy very low latency connections to Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris and London. Hence, data stored within LuxConnect Data Centers can be delivered fast to the bulk of all the major European consumer markets.

LuxConnect’s optical fiber backbone encompasses over 1.700 km of fiber throughout Luxembourg. The backbone connects all commercial Data Centers in Luxembourg redundantly and gives telecom operators a choice of 12 country outbreaks to interconnect to and from Luxembourg.

LuxConnect was founded in 2006. It is a private limited company owned by the Luxembourg State.

In July 2019, LuxProvide, a 100% subsidiary of LuxConnect, has been founded in order to operate and commercialize the national supercomputer MeluXina, a 10 Petaflop HPC co-financed by EuroHPC Joint Undertaking. MeluXina is hosted in LuxConnect’s green Data Center DC2 in Bissen.

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