U.K-based colocation company IP house has launched a new data center in London. With this launch, IP House have added 14,000 sq.feet of premium low-latency facility with a capacity of 512 racks to support business-critical applications.
IP House say that the new data center facility in London will provide cloud as well as carrier neutral connectivity with high speed to the London Internet Exchange and multiple cloud platforms. They also added that with this wide network of connectivity, attracting businesses operating near and within London will be much easier.
Speaking about the launch, Vinny Vaghani, Operations & Commercial Manager at IP House, commented:
Our focus has always been built around three core and customer-centered principles. The first was to partner with industry-leading vendors, which ensures we deploy the most reliable and innovative technology solutions throughout the facility.
The second was to gain accreditations that would reflect our commitments to uptime, security, resiliency and continual improvement. The third was to develop a reputation for industry-leading customer service, which is something all of the founding members are extremely passionate about.
The new London facility is built with state-of-the-art equipment in a partnership with Schneider Electric. They also say that the data center is built to Tier-III standards in order to meet the expectations of their customers.
Speaking about same in detail, Sean Hilliar, Data Centre Manager, IP House commented:
IP House are committed to providing customers with a secure, competitive and resilient colocation service, that safeguards them against downtime.
Our customers can be assured that we are focused on both innovation and continual improvement. These are the values on which our brand has been built and will be our differentiators in a market where space is currently low and Capacity is in high demand.