(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – On Tuesday, hosting provider C4L revealed that they’ve begun working on the second phase of construction for their Bournemouth, England data center.
C4L is British-based and besides hosting, offers services such as colocation, managed, and connectivity.
Commenting on the matter in a press release, C4L managing director Matt Hawkins stated, “Internet infrastructure is becoming increasingly important as more and more organisations become heavily reliant on online services and connectivity in order to run their business.”
“With the adoption of cloud computing increasing and more and more applications and services being delivered away from organisations’ own premises, we experienced a high level of demand for phase one of the Bournemouth data centre,” he continued.
Hawkins went on to discuss how the increased demand pushed C4L to begin the second phase before previously scheduled.
Upon its completion, C4L expects the data center to be one of the largest in the area.
So exactly how much more room does the expansion give the facility? According to the company, it will provide them with an additional 3 thousand square feet of space, enough to host 120 more server racks. Specifically, the facility will provide for C4L’s colocation services. For more information on the matter, visit: http://www.c4l.co.uk/about-us/news/article30