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Datacenter Goes


Cornelisweg 10
4463 AK


The Goes tower is the oldest radio and television mast in the Netherlands. Even the Gerbrandy Tower is more recent. It was built in 1957, on the behest of then minister Cals, to make radio and television available in the whole of the Netherlands.

Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening, the tower is illuminated. It is truly a beacon in the landscape of the province of Zeeland. Because of this and because of its age, the tower is quite well-known. It even has its own website filled with interesting details and historical facts.

The datacenter in this radio mast in Goes is the sixth datacenter that Cellnex has set up. In terms of capacity, it is also one of our largest datacenters.

Features datacenter Goes

  • 50 m² surface area per data floor
  • 550 m² total surface area
  • 1050 kVA total capacity
  • Per rack standard 1-20 kVA capacity
  • Power supply via A and B Feed
  • 230 Volt and 400 Volt present, 48 Volt on request
  • PUE value <1.2
  • 100% powered by sustainable Dutch wind energy
  • Direct free air cooling
  • Temperature on the data floor: 20-27 °C
  • Cold corridor principle
  • Carrier neutral
  • Radio link possible with uptime guarantee of 99,999%
  • Camera monitoring, intrusion detection system
  • Professional security response in case of alarm
  • Access with personal access pass
  • Possibility of iris scan or facial recognition system
  • Separately lockable racks
  • Service desk available 24/7, 365 days a year