- Job Witteman, founder of Dutch internet node AMS-IX, leaves the company. He is one of the driving forces behind high-quality Dutch web connections.
Witteman worked 17.5 years. Until a new director has been appointed, the three-member management team takes Witteman's duties.
Thanks to AMSX-IX, Amsterdam and the Netherlands got a fast network, accessible to foreign companies. Large Internet companies and data centers received consultation on this network through consultation. AMS-IX is the largest internet junction with nine hundred affiliated companies, with seven internal platforms connected.
Under Witteman, the company's revenues increased rapidly by 15%. AMS-IX is seen as the third major gateway to the country, after the ports and Schiphol.
Job Witteman says looking for new 'personal challenges' after 17.5 years at AMS-IX.