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Jochem Steman, Datacenter.com’s CEO, to step down after four years

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Datacenter.com has announced the departure of its CEO of four years, with Jochem Steaman set to leave the company in the coming months. 

Steman, who joined in 2016, has played a key role in design and execution since the foundation of Datacenter.com. He shaped and built the DNA of the Datacenter.com organization. No successor has yet been appointed for Steman.

“It has been a tremendous privilege to serve as the CEO of Datacenter.com,” commented Steman about his time with the company. 

“I’ve been with Datacenter.com since the company was founded and I have hugely enjoyed my time at Datacenter.com and found the work extremely fulfilling and rewarding. I am incredibly proud of the market position we have secured and maintained in a highly competitive landscape. Something which would been next to impossible to achieve without such a talented team working together.”

Steman continued, “That said, I do believe it is now time to move on to the next stage of my career, to continue pursuing new challenges. I am confident that I am leaving the company both financially and operationally strong at an extremely exciting time in its development and with a very bright future ahead. I am very confident that Datacenter.com will continue to deliver value for her shareholders and customers alike, while continuing to build momentum.”

Datacenter.com’s high-end data centers are located at key internet junctures throughout the world, including Amsterdam, providing fast access to telecom providers as well various internet services. It offers customers high capacity colocation based on their power consumption. 

There’s no word yet where Steman plans to move after leaving Datacenter.com. 

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