Sofia Data Center is Nominated for European Award for Colocation


The company is again selected for a finalist at the European Data Centre Awards.

Neterra receives recognition at this forum for second consecutive year, after last one it was nominated in the New Data Center Category with its project Sofia Data Center. The judges panel at the 5th Data Center Awards has shortlisted the companies across 11 categories, 2 special awards and a judges award. The awards ceremony will be held today at the prestigious Merchant Taylors Hall in the City of London. This nomination comes as a next acknowledgment for Neterra after it was announced as a National Finalist at the European Business Awards couple weeks ago.

"At Neterra we are proud of the given opportunity to compete in same category with the industry leaders," said Tihomir Valkov, Marketing Manager at Neterra and added, "This nomination reflects the company growth demonstrated recently and is a great acknowledgment of the efforts spend though the years."

The European Award for Colocation is seeking operators who achieve differentiation through technical innovation, commercial or service and product offering. Neterra was selected for its individual customer approach and focus on providing optimal technical and cost-effective set of services responding very precisely to clients' demands. Last year with the completion of Sofia Data Center - carrier-neutral colocation facility, Neterra expanded the array of services to satisfy the needs of broader range of clients varying from international telecoms, Bulgarian service providers, corporate clients and small and medium size businesses.


The panel of expert Judges this year involves representatives from the UK, Netherlands, France, and Germany. The companies are judged on the accomplished success, the unique aspects of their products and services, key strategies to growth, the way they manage the diverse needs of their clients and how they respond to the emerging trends. Ashley Davis, chairman of the Judges Panel commented that "the quality of entry this year was among the highest ever," and added, "Finalizing the shortlisted candidates this year was more difficult than ever, and we applaud all companies who took part in the process."