Europe’s leading independent provider of IT infrastructure services Computacenter today announces that it has commissioned an additional hall of space in its Tier IV datacenter, offering more server space and superior availability and security to companies.
First opened in January 2010, at the end of the last recession, the first hall has quickly reached capacity, and Computacenter is seeking new occupants for the newly opened space.
“Despite the adverse economic conditions, many companies are still expanding their datacenter requirements, putting space within easy reach of London at a premium,” said Simon Brickett, Head of Datacenter, managed services. “With recent outages in high-profile web services, many organisations are looking for more reliable facilities with four-nines availability, redundant power and reliable HVAC”
Computacenter’s Tier IV datacenter has racks and power available for additional companies, whilst being within easy geographical reach for city-based companies. The datacenter offers fault-tolerant infrastructure and electrical resilience providing 99.995% availability, as well as dual-powered HVAC systems, providing IT services for companies which need the most reliable and secure access to IT systems possible.
“We have seen great demand for space from many large financial services firms and see no sign of this trend abating in the near future, as organisations continue to seek reliable and available datacenters,” concluded Brickett. “The new hall offers ample space and power in the only Uptime Institute accredited Tier IV datacenter in the UK .”