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Kao Data, the specialist developer and operator of high-performance data centres for enterprise, cloud, HPC and AI, has today announced it has appointed Matthew Harris as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Following his position as Managing Director at Goldacre Noé Group, Kao Data’s original founders and investment firm, Matthew joins the company’s c-suite, having overseen… Read More
Specialist developer and operator of advanced data centres, Kao Data, has signed a new customer in Civo, a flexible, developer-first cloud platform based on Kubernetes technology.
A supercomputer developed by Nvidia that is expected to be the UK’s fastest when launched will be located at Kao Data’s data centre campus in Harlow, reports The Times.
When I first heard about KaoData, I was immediately intrigued. Born and raised in North London, the idea of a facility popping up in Harlow that boasted itself as one of the largest developments in the UK, with the potential to support an IT load of 35MW across 150,000sq ft of space, seemed unthinkable. Naturally, when I was invited to have a look around, I jumped at the chance.
The first thing that hit me was just how easy it was to find the data centre. Kao Park is situated just minutes off the M25 but the location itself wasn’t a fluke. Gerard Thibault, chief technical officer, explained that the site was selected based on a number of factors. Accessibility was crucial, the facility needed to be easy for staff and customers to reach by road, train or plane. Positioned in the heart of the London-Stansted-Cambridge corridor, with the M1, M11, M25 all in close proximity, Harlow train station just 10 minutes away by taxi, and Luton, Stansted and City. airports all in close vicinity, they were able to pinpoint the perfect spot.