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London Data Exchange Announces Data Centre Expansion Availability

London Data Exchange Announces London Data Centre Expansion Availability

London, United Kingdom, 15th April 2013

London Data Exchange (LDeX), providers of carrier neutral colocation data centres in London, has today announced the completion date for the latest expansion phase at its LDeX1 data centre.  This expansion will bring online a further 3,500sq ft of colocation space in North West London and will be completed and ready for occupation by 31st May 2013. 

The privately owned 22,000sqft carrier neutral colocation facility, LDeX1, is located within the M25 at the foot of the M1 near Staples Corner in close proximity to the A5, the M25, and the M4.  The Northern and Jubilee lines offer immediate public transport links from the City.  

Matthew Edgley, Director at London Data Exchange comments;

“The new data hall delivers a wide range of colocation configurations to clients from a broad range of sectors.  In particular, our tailored migration plans are providing to be extremely popular across all sectors. We’re already reserving space within the new data hall for clients requiring single rack and multiple rack caged space where we’re facilitating their move from other locations over a period of several months.  Alongside this we’re seeing continued demand from customers outsourcing their data centre for the first time, looking for a data centre partner who can work closely with them to ensure smooth transition and effective project delivery.  This is exactly how LDeX operates.”

Clients can take colocation footprints ranging from quarter racks up to secure multi-rack caged private areas with up to 10kW power and cooling capacity per rack.  Redundant power protection systems deliver UPS backed N+N diverse power supplies to every rack location.  Mains power to the site is generated from 100% renewable sources and the site benefits from multiple diversely routed mains feeds to the on-site high voltage substation.  Being carrier neutral the data centre offers a range of connectivity options to other leading data centres and multiple options for internet connectivity from straightforward IP Transit to dark fibre services from multiple providers.

Edgley continues;

“As one of few remaining high quality independent colocation providers in London we’re able to differentiate ourselves from many of our competitors through our pragmatic and flexible approach to customer need, whilst still delivering best-of-breed solutions.  We believe this approach has been a major factor in our strong performance during 2012.  The outlook for 2013 is even more promising as the LDeX customer base continues to grow their capacity and new client acquisition is much higher than we had expected.  As a data centre owner we have a responsibility to keep pace with this demand and to ensure there are no periods where capacity at our facilities is restricted.”  

For press enquiries please contact Matt Edgley, 0845 370 3510 | [email protected]