A new wave of cloud provider deployments has come into the Paris market since 2016, which has triggered new build and expansion plans. These plans could see the market adding more than 140,000 square feet in 2017, with much of this space already leased.
Why regulations governing the flow of data between the UK and EU could be a challenge for governments and companies long after the UK has left the EU.
Since the 2008 economic crisis, which triggered a record high unemployment rate in Spain, entrepreneurs, investors and public institutions have been busy building out a startup ecosystem with a view toward reanimating Spain's economy.
Infinity has been slowly selling off its portfolio of datacenters, while UK-based Zenium has been extending its operations in the UK with customizable space for the cloud.
The SME-focused telco seeks to further develop its network and connectivity portfolio with managed services for cloud and other core infrastructure requirements for B2B customers.
KAO Data Campus takes the name of the Nobel Prize winner that invented the backbone of the modern-day internet, and hopes it can carry on the legacy offering housing designed to further push the industry forward.
The managed archival services specialist is seeing a growing need for long-term 'live' storage of large amounts of media as file sizes grow and retention requirements impose further responsibility on research, academia and the public sector.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May released her whitepaper highlighting 12 key Brexit priorities recently. This first report of our Brexit series briefly highlights each of these priorities and how they could affect the technology and associated industries. In future reports, we will look much more closely at the concerns and challenges these could bring across the IT and service-provider industries.
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