Top 10 Information Technology (IT) Companies in UK 2016
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2. Telecity Group
Telecity Group plc (in the past TelecityRedbus and before that Telecity), is a European bearer unbiased datacentre and colocation focus supplier.
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It represents considerable authority in the configuration, assemble and administration of exceedingly associated, strong and secure situations in which clients can house their telecoms, web and IT framework. It was recorded on the London Stock Exchange until it was procured by Equinix in January 2016.
TelecityGroup plc is the consequence of the joining of three separate organizations – TeleCity Limited, Redbus Interhouse Limited and Globix Holdings (UK) Limited. Around then 3i Group made a venture of £24m in the Company.
In August 2012, TelecityGroup gained Tenue Oy, a supplier of bearer nonpartisan server farms in Helsinki, Finland. In November 2012 TelecityGroup obtained Academica, a server farm and IT administrations administrator, likewise in Finland, giving the developed TelecityGroup Finland a sum of three server farms and 2MW of operational limit; 7MW of extra limit will be opened in two new offices in due course.
In May 2013 TelecityGroup gained SadeceHosting, a supplier of server farm and facilitated administrations in Istanbul, Turkey and in November 2013, TelecityGroup procured 3DC, a free server farm supplier in Sofia, Bulgaria. In May 2015, US information organization Equinix declared it would get TelecityGroup for £2.35 billion. On 13 November 2015, the European Commission conceded leeway for the Equinix offer to secure Telecity. On 15 January 2016 Equinix reported that it has finished the obtaining of Telecity.
The organization works 37 server farms, midway situated in the key European urban areas
TelecityGroup server farms host telecoms systems, including settled line systems, portable administrators, Internet administration suppliers and substance circulation systems. These organizations use TelecityGroup server farms to interface with Internet trade focuses, each other and their end clients, for example, Internet content organizations