MRS2 Data Centre
The Connectivity & Content Hub
to access EMEA and APAC
130+ Connectivity Providers
13 Subsea cables
4,400 sqm Equipable Space
11 CDNs & Content Platforms
Officially opened in May 2018, Interxion MRS2 is home to several international and local connectivity and content providers that consider Marseille and MRS2 as strategic locations for delivering their content to 4.5 billion users across EMEA and APAC.
MRS2 is directly connected to MRS1 thanks to Interxion’s interconnection services, Metro Connect.
This offers a unique opportunity to access the entire community of customers present at Interxion’s Marseille Campus.
Located in the Marseille Port area, this data centre delivers the right environment for subsea cables that land their systems in Marseille.
- A network-neutral environment.
- Offer low latency and high capacity bandwidth to your customers thanks to 13 subsea cable systems landing in Marseille.
- Improve your value proposition with a diversity of routes for your network.
- Interconnect with the growing Cloud, CDN and Digital Media communities.
- Direct access to France-IX, NL-ix, DE-CIX and NetIX Internet exchanges.
This Marseille expansion is a perfect example of how we can quickly deploy custom, automated infrastructure to nearly any market in the world,” said Zachary Smith, CEO at Packet. “As we work with innovative clients like Hatch to push services ever closer to the edge, Interxion continues to be a valuable partner that aligns perfectly with our needs.
The inauguration of this second Interxion’s data centre in Marseille is a very good example of the Aix-Marseille’s region’s attractiveness, for companies desiring to invest in forward-looking sectors. This infrastructure will contribute to reinforce the outreach of Marseille’s growing digital hub, where the new uses of internet and, more extensively, of the digital, represent a challenge and a true opportunity for France. Our country has many assets that can be leveraged upon in the digital sector, has very fine startups and companies, and already attracts a number of foreign investments. I am pleased in the expansion of this industry in Marseille and the Bouches-du-Rhône department, for its is a true economic growth and long-term job creation driver.
It was critical for us to continue our expansion in Marseille in order to meet demand for our members’ requirements and boost capacity for new members looking to expand in the region,” explains Franck Simon, President at France-IX. “In addition, having Interxion MRS2 connected to Interxion MRS1 will allow us to add redundancy and increase resilience.