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China Mobile International scales up new data centre in Frankfurt

ABB has provided electrical switchgear and control equipment to China Mobile International (CMI), an international telecommunications company located in 36 countries and regions, for its new data centre in Frankfurt, Germany. The solution was delivered via electrical power distribution supplier E+I Engineering, with the package including four medium-voltage (MV) switchgear panels equipped with ABB’s Relion […]

Bulk Data Centers unveils expansion plans across its Nordic sites

Bulk Data Centers, one of the Nordics’ leading providers of ultra-scalable, highly connected and sustainable data centres, has announced a number of expansion projects across its data centre sites in Norway. With investment focused on ensuring long-term availability of power and land providing highly connected and scalable sites powered by 100% renewable energy. Set within […]

Delinea opens new data centre in the UK

Delinea, a leading provider of privileged access management (PAM) solutions for seamless security, has announced the addition of a new data centre in the UK, broadening compliance options for organisations in the region. The new facility offers access to locally hosted instances of Secret Server Cloud, optimising product performance and giving UK-based customers the peace […]

Pure Data Centres launches new jobs scheme to help engineers break the ‘career break curse’

Pure Data Centres, the global data centre developer and operator, has formed a new partnership with STEM Returners to help engineers, construction and IT specialists get back into work after a career break. The company will offer a STEM Returners programme at its site in Brent Cross, London but many of the roles can be […]

Macquarie Asset Management acquires significant minority stake in ST Telemedia’s VIRTUS Data Centres

ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (ST Telemedia) has reached an agreement for Macquarie Asset Management, via Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 7, to acquire a significant minority stake in leading data centre provider VIRTUS Data Centres (VIRTUS). VIRTUS provides colocation and cloud connectivity services to blue-chip clients, including global technology companies and enterprise clients. Its portfolio […]

Iron Mountain announces launch of its first UK campus 

Iron Mountain, a global leader in innovative storage, data centre infrastructure, asset lifecycle management and information management services will launch its first UK campus in Rugby, Warwickshire, next year.   The 1,000,000 square foot facility will be housed in four buildings leased from Tritax Big Box on its new Symmetry Park site. It will provide customers […]

atNorth appoints new Chief Development Officer to drive growth across Europe

atNorth, a leading pan-Nordic colocation, high-performance computing and Artificial Intelligence service provider, has announced the appointment of Stephen Donovan to its Executive Leadership Team as Chief Development Officer. The news follows several recent additions to atNorth’s Board of Directors and other strategic hires, including the recent appointment of Ásdís Ólafsdóttir who leads the company’s ESG […]

Green Mountain expands into UK

Norwegian-based Green Mountain, a leader in sustainable colocation data centres, reveals plans to expand into the UK. Green Mountain’s owner, Azrieli Group, has announced it has signed an agreement to acquire an existing data centre and available adjacent land, both with further expansion and development potential, in Romford, East London. Through this acquisition, the site […]

Vantage starts construction on a second data center at Frankfurt II campus

Vantage Data Centers, a leading global provider of hyperscale data centre campuses, has announced the start of construction on a second data centre on its Frankfurt II campus. Adding to its existing presence in the most sought-after European market, Vantage has broken ground on a second facility (FRA22) at its second campus in Frankfurt. The […]

Rising temperatures highlight need for liquid cooling systems

The rising frequency of extreme weather periods in Europe necessitates a move towards liquid cooling systems, suggests a sector expert. This warning follows record-breaking temperatures in the UK as of late, with some locations exceeding 40°C. As a result, a number of high-profile service providers in the nation experienced outages that impacted customer service as […]

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