C4L spend 3.4 million in data centre upgrade

C4L has announced that the Milton Keynes data centre has completed a major £3.8 million expansion to cater for increasing demand at the site. The development of the data centre will bring its total capacity to 37,000 sq. ft.

The expansion caters for large and small businesses who rely on mission-critical data, as it is a highly resilient, secure and high density, Tier 4 facility. The expansion allows C4L’s customers to scale as and when their business demands increase. At this facility, C4L can offer a range of services including colocation, connectivity, cloud and communications.

Simon Mewett, CEO at C4L comments “Milton Keynes is an extremely popular Tier 4 facility, and the expansion now provides our customers with increased scalability, enabling their IT estate to grow as the business demands. Milton Keynes is a prime data centre, it operates to ISO27001, supports high rack power densities of up to 15Kw, and provides 0.2ms of network latency”.

Milton Keynes provides superior resilience through multiple utility sources, advanced power management and sophisticated operational and system monitoring; making it ideal for companies seeking secure off-site data storage or business recovery, data backup and compliance requirements. In addition, the facility is designed to minimise environmental impact as 100 per cent of its energy is from renewable and sustainable resources.

Simon continues “Many businesses, particularly in financial services, retail and enterprise sectors, as well as Software as a Service providers, are looking for Tier 4 facilities that offer the right combination of resilience, 100 per cent availability and 24/7 service. The Milton Keynes data centre provides flexible, cost-conscious data centre solutions that meet a broad range of needs.”

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