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By entering the German market Systemec has become an International active company. In the future Systemec wants to offer all its services to this new market and increase its market coverage in Germany. The first steps are taken by collaborating with the local government in Nettetal and the company, which realize glass fibre connections in Germany.

2012 – 2014

In the year 2002 the plan was developed to build two new datacenters in order to provide services to SME’s, which were in the past only available for large companies. In 2013 Systemec started with building the two new datacenters, one datacenter in Venlo (DC19), the Netherlands and one in Nettetal (DC Nettetal), Germany. During the realisation of DC19, Systemec focused on efficiency and reliability. The Power Utility Efficiency (PUE) of the datacenter is lower than 1.2. This means that "Green Thinking” is used while designing and building this datacenter to satisfy the demands of our relations, with regard to mutual green ambitions. This very low PUE value has neem realised by making use of a very innovative cooling technique, free-air-cooling. This cooling technique is supplied by a German company, which received the "German datacenter innovation award” for his concept. At the moment the German government is using this concept extensively. The Systemec datacenter in Venlo (DC19) is the first in the Netherlands, which is build by using this innovative method. Furthermore rest heat is being reused, which contributes to the green side of the datacenter. 

1997 – 2008 

In 1997 before Systemec owned its own datacenters, the company operated with a couple of servers, which were used for its own services for their customers. But after a couple of years the amount of customers increased resulting in an internal demand for more servers to facilitate the services. Whereby in 2008 the first datacenter of Systemec was realised in Venlo (DC25). This datacenter did not only have the function to support the companies’ services, but also gave the possibility to customers to save its data in the datacenter as co-location.