Interxion London City data centre expands again
Carrier-neutral data centre provider Interxion is expanding the capacity of its London City data centre for the second time this year (2008), in order to meet growing customer demand for high power density infrastructure, the company claims.
The new 400m² of equipped space, scheduled for completion in Q1/2009, will have access to the data centers 13 megawatt power supply, allowing it to deliver high density power configurations of up to 17.5 kW per cabinet position.
The new expansion follows soon after a 1,250m² build-out, which was completed in April of this year (2008). The Interxion London data centre also hosts a Point of Presence for the London Internet Exchange (LINX), a mutually-owned membership association for operators of Internet Protocol (IP) networks.
Back in July, Interxion opened its fifth data centre in Frankfurt, Germany, and, in the same month, added approximately 500m² of additional equipped space to its Vienna facility in Austria.
Headquartered in Schiphol-Rijk in the Netherlands, Interxion serves its customers from 23 carrier-neutral data centres located in 13 cities across 11 European countries.