AtlasEdge and UPSTACK form strategic partnership

AtlasEdge, a leading pan-European Edge data centre provider, and UPSTACK, the fastest-growing advisory platform for digital infrastructure, have announced a strategic partnership which will see UPSTACK advising and recommending AtlasEdge’s portfolio of products and services.

Through UPSTACK’s innovative platform, which combines the industry’s leading advisory partners, advanced technology, and dedicated customer experience resources, AtlasEdge will be able to market its suite of colocation services and ecosystem access to new customers across Europe.

The partnership comes as AtlasEdge continues to expand its reach in response to rising demand for colocation. Through a series of highly strategic transactions, the platform has built a presence in 12 major European markets and established a series of key partnerships. The collaboration with UPSTACK bolsters this growing partnership ecosystem, reinforcing AtlasEdge’s leading position and ongoing expansion.

“This is a key partnership for AtlasEdge that significantly enhances our access to support customers across multiple geographies in Europe”, commented Dan Thomas, Senior Vice President of Sales, AtlasEdge. “UPSTACK’s best-in-class platform provides us with access to new customer segments and will prove invaluable as we continue to pursue an ambitious growth strategy focused on delivering Europe’s leading edge data centre platform.”

"We are very excited to announce our partnership with AtlasEdge,” said Jake Cummins, UPSTACK Partner and Managing Director. “Given the size of their footprint and go-to-market strategy, we are confident that AtlasEdge will deliver tremendous value to our customers looking for services in Europe.”

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