This week, IBM announced that it is adding four new data centers in the UK. The company claims that the expansion caters to the growing client demand worldwide.
Robert LeBlanc, Senior Vice President, IBM Cloud said :
By adding four new Cloud data centers in the UK, IBM is giving local businesses an easy route to the cloud, helping them quickly innovate and respond to market demands.
IBM is continuing to invest in high growth areas, offering clients higher-value cloud data services such as Watson and Blockchain running on our cloud infrastructure that delivers world-class scalability, performance and security.
The company says that new facilities expand their cloud data center footprint from two to six in the UK and 16 across Europe as part of IBM’s network of more than 50 data centers worldwide. With these new data centers, clients have access to the complete portfolio of IBM cloud services for running their mission-critical enterprise workloads and innovations through more than 150 digital services.
The first of these new U.K. locations in Fareham will go online in December, with the other three U.K. locations launching next year.