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Worldstream becomes a member of EuroISPA, the global ISP association

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Worldstream, a Dutch Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider, has become a member of EuroISPA, the pan-European Association of Internet Service Providers (ISPs). This development was announced during EuroISPA’s General Meeting in June. With Worldstream in its league, EuroISPA’s Industry Forum now consists of eight companies actively involved in the Internet industry, taking part in the Association’s activities in a supportive capacity.

Established in the year 1997, EuroISPA serves as the representative organization for ISPs across Europe. It acts as an umbrella association, advocating for ISP associations on matters of policy and legislation while fostering the exchange of best practices among its members. The association operates through various Committees dedicated to specific policy areas and facilitates regular discussion and idea-sharing on relevant issues. EuroISPA represents the interests of its member at the EU level, engaging in policy discussions concerning topics such as intermediary liability, data protection, cybersecurity, and internet safety.

President of EuroISPA, Alex de Joode said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Worldstream as the newest addition to the EuroISPA Industry Forum. Thanks to their longstanding expertise, we are sure Worldstream will provide valuable advice to EuroISPA Council members, actively contributing to our discussions on the policy issues impacting the European Internet industry and supporting us in achieving our goal of representing the interests of European ISPs at EU level.

Headquartered in Naaldwijk, near the Hague and Rotterdam, in the Netherlands Worldstream is an Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider. The company has been providing server infrastructure, cloud infrastructure and connectivity, to SMEs, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), system integrators (SIs) and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) in countries like the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany, since 2006. Their services include customized dedicated servers, private cloud solutions as well as distributed denial-of-service protection..

Wouter van Zwieten, Chief Legal Operations Officer at Worldstream, stated: “We are extremely glad to join EuroISPA’s Industry Forum. This membership provides us with valuable insights and the opportunity to contribute to discussions by providing input and commenting on proposed regulations, allowing us to explain how certain processes and technologies work, and ensuring that the outcomes align with the practical needs of ISPs like us. We believe it is crucial for us to have a strong presence at EU level, and we are looking forward to actively participating in EuroISPA to effectively represent the interests of our industry, as we are firm believers that joint forces make stronger decision-making.

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