Lots of international items this week, here’s another set to keep up with:
Macquarie Data Centres and Console Connect are teaming up to bring some more Network-as-a-Service to Sydney. Console Connect’s platform is now available at the former’s Macquarie Park facility via a new PoP. Tenants will be able to use it for both dedciated and on-demand connectivity to cloud platforms around the globe.
Nokia’s IP routing gear and FP5 technology will be getting a workout in Denmark. TDC NET has deployed their 7750 SR routers to upgrade the company’s nationwide IP core backbone. The solution will enable TDC NET to meet traffic demand while lowering costs and increasing energy efficiency.
Epsilon Telecommunications has picked up a customer for its Infiny interconnection platform in the Philippines. Converge ICT, which operates one of the largest fiber footprints in the country, will use Epsilon’s Remote Peering solution and IX Express service to extend its reach out to multiple IX destinations.
Vantage Data Centers has announced a new project in London. They will be building a second location, just three months after announcing its first. LHR2 will offer 194,000 square feet of space and 20MW of IT capacity in the Park Royal industrial area. The plan calls for an investment of £250m and a completion date in early 2025. Vantage already has a location in Cardiff, 160km to the west.
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