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Colocation Data Center Statistics, Denmark
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When searching for colocation data centers in Denmark, the following Danish terms might be good to know. Data center is spelled datacenter and multiple data centers are spelled datacentre, and apart from that they might also be refered to as serverrum or hostingcenter. With regards to services, dedicated server is called dedikeret server (dedicated servers = dedikerede servere), a virtual server is called a virtuel server (virtual servers = virtuelle servere) but often refered to as a VPS (virtual private server) and last but not least colocation is often referred to as server housing, server hosting or co-location. Cloud servers, IP transit and managed hosting do not have specific Danish words and are generally sold under the same terms as in English.
Denmark is a very well developed country with a very central location in Europe, with good connectivity to the surrounding countries such as Norway, Sweden, Germany, The Netherlands and United Kingdom. Most colocation data centers in the country are located in or around the capital city, Copenhagen (København in Danish), which also means that the majority of traffic in Denmark is exchanged there. Peering is primarily done via private peering in the carrier neutral data centers or via the internet exchange point DIX (Danish Internet Exchange).
The fibre infrastructure within the country is very well expanded and multiple companies operate nation-wide fibre rings which are connected to most of the popular carrier neutral data centers as well as landing stations for submarine cables and foreign fibre connecting the country to the rest of Europe. The power supply in Denmark is very stable, and large parts of it is based on wind energy. Denmark is a safe location in terms of natural disasters (no hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes etc.), and have a very skilled IT work force.
Denmark is 43.394 square kilometers large and has a total population of about 5,5 million people.
Denmark facts from the CIA World Factbook:
Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany (Jutland) also includes two major islands (Sjaelland and Fyn)
flooding is a threat in some areas of the country (e.g., parts of Jutland, along the southern coast of the island of Lolland) that are protected from the sea by a system of dikes
general assessment: excellent telephone and telegraph services
domestic: buried and submarine cables and microwave radio relay form trunk network, 4 cellular mobile communications systems
international: country code - 45 a series of fiber-optic submarine cables link Denmark with Canada, Faroe Islands, Germany, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, and UK satellite earth stations - 18 (6 Intelsat, 10 Eutelsat, 1 Orion, 1 Inmarsat (Blaavand-Atlantic-East)) note - the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden) share the Danish earth station and the Eik, Norway, station for worldwide Inmarsat access
Internet hosts: 3.642 million (2008)
Internet users: 3.5 million (2007)