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C4L POPs up in LDeX Group data centre

Mon 19 May 2014

Data centre solutions provider C4L has opened a point of presence (POP) at colocation group LDeX Group.

C4L will provide private fibre-optic network connectivity solutions to run alongside LDeX’s existing portfolio of carriers and ISPs with POPs in LDeX1 based in Staples Corner in London.  C4L currently has over 100 points of presence in the UK and some 300 globally.

Robin Garbutt, LDeX’s CEO said the move signals the company’s strength and growth. “This strategic move will enable our customers to have faster and scalable connectivity between LDeX and C4L’s 100 data centres in the UK and internationally, helping to deliver faster Internet services.’

Matt Hawkins, the chairman and founder of C4L said his goal is to create the largest DC network in the UK. “Adding POPs in premium facilities like LDeX1 allows our customers to access all the products and services available in the North London location plus it connects LDeX1 customers to the 100 DCs in our UK network,” he said.


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