Reading based data centre service provider Amito, has announced a partnership with Interxion to expand its London presence.
With this partnership, Amito will provide more SMEs with flexible colocation services that includes quarter and half rack solutions from Interxion’s interconnected London data centre campus.
“Amito has been providing high quality quarter racks in all the key London colocation ecosystems since 2004. We’re delighted to expand our London reach, adding Interxion’s established Brick Lane campus to our range of options,” said Tim Anker, Colocation Director, Amito.
“Whilst our users typically don’t have large space needs, they do make a significant contribution to ecosystems like Interxion’s. This partnership means our clients can access our cost effective interconnection services between all these sites. We’re excited about working with the Interxion team.”
Interxion is a Digital Realty Trust company and a leading provider of carrier and cloud-neutral colocation data centre services in Europe, having over 50 data centres across 11 European countries.
With Amito’s dark fibre network connecting Reading to the London ecosystem, the Interxion partnership is set to increase both reach and connectivity for Thames Valley businesses. Flexible support for multiple, full, half and even quarter racks, means customers pay only for what they use.
“Interxion’s London data centre campus is the most highly connected site in Central London, with a thriving hub of growing connected enterprise communities. Now, thanks to our partnership with Amito, organisations can start with as little as a quarter rack and enjoy the full benefits of colocation. Increasingly customers are moving their ICT out of their offices and either into the cloud, or highly connected available locations like ours,” said Andrew Fray, UK Managing Director, Interxion.
Interxion London data centre campus is sited between the Square Mile and Tech City, and hosts hundreds of capital markets participants including investment firms, financial exchanges, high-frequency trading firms, hedge funds, brokers and banks.