Interxion, which operates carrier-neutral data centres in Europe, will soon be expanding its centre in Copenhagen in order to provide a high level of collocation infrastructure which customers are now demanding.
Managing Director Peder Bank of the Exion Denmark said that the company has decided to expand its capacity in order to focus on service quality without compromising data centre security.
The new centre expansion will add 1,000m cubed of fully equipped work space near the end of May 2009 and will access a 10 megawatt power supply which is capable of providing support for configurations that are approximately 17.5kW per Cabinet.
The news of expansion does not come as a surprise to those who have been following the annual reports of Exion, which reports a 38% increase in revenue and a net margin that has risen by 21.7%.
According to Bank, Exion is growing by about 50% each year in Denmark making the plans for expansion well worth the cost as well as a much needed investment.
This is not the first expansion for Exion, as it has also expanded company data centres in Brussels, Frankfurt, Madrid, Paris, Vienna, Amsterdam, and London.
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