Datacentre specialist C4L has celebrated a multimillion-pound expansion to the Milton Keynes-based facility.
The £3.8m investment will bring the site’s total capacity to 37,000 sq ft, offering a range of services including colocation, connectivity, cloud and communication.
C4L claimed the move will allow its customers, which include a wide mix of resellers, integrators and distributors, to scale according to their customers’ demand.
Simon Mewett, chief executive of C4L, said: “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.
He added: “Many businesses, particularly in financial services, retail and enterprise sectors, as well as SaaS 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 datacentre provides flexible, cost-conscious datacentre solutions that meet a broad range of needs.”
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