The Global Data Centre Partnership is pleased to welcome their newest member -Redwire Data Centre - an independent, Tier 3 facility based in London. The Global Data Centre Partnership is a collaboration of leading independent data centres that offer businesses a broad range of colocation facilities across the globe, with PSTG a technology solutions company who can help organisations migrate their infrastructure and services into the facility.
Colin Woods, Data Centre Services Director at PSTG, said: “We’re getting lots of interest from businesses in London who want to benefit from hosting their infrastructure in a data centre and have access to cloud services from a well-connected data centre. Redwire are a good fit for the GDCP. As an independent business they offer the flexibility businesses need, and the customer service they expect. Redwire are of course, ideally located for business in central London”.
Ameer Mirza, Managing Director at Redwire, said “We’re excited to join the partnership and to start building relationships with the other members, so we can recommend, with confidence, the right facilities for customers that have a multi-site data centre strategy. PSTG’s commercial relationships with the major technology vendors, and their professional services capability enhance our value proposition”
“Existing transportation links, and the forthcoming launch of Crossrail’s Elizabeth Line in 2020, makes Redwire a highly accessible and convenient facility for businesses in London and surrounding areas” added Ameer.
Colin added “With direct connections to the traditional London-based data centres, such as Telehouse and Equinix, businesses have access to a much wider network that spans the globe. We’re looking forward to working with the Redwire team”
Other members of the Global Data Centre Partnership include Servecentric in Dublin, MIGSOLV in Norwich, Custodian Data Centres in Kent, Cogeco Peer 1 in Portsmouth, US and Canada, Datum in Farnborough, AQL in Leeds, EvoSwitch in Amsterdam, Digiplex in Sweden, iAdvantage in Hong Kong, IXcellerate in Moscow and Indectron in Gloucester.
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The Global Data Centre Partnership (GDCP) brings together some of the world’s leading independent data centre providers with PSTG, a technology solutions and professional services company. The relationship within the partnership is based on a genuine understanding of each other’s capabilities, strengths and connectivity – which ensures businesses are recommended the most appropriate data centres to support their multi-site strategy, and business capability and resilience is improved.