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AtlasEdge opens Leeds data centre

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AtlasEdge has unveiled a new facility in Leeds, UK, after acquiring the purpose-built data centre in 2022.

The company said it has invested over £13 million to upgrade the site, which is the first Tier III standard data centre in the city.

Hardy Fisher Services is already established as the facility’s anchor client.

“We are delighted to be launching this site, the first of its kind in Leeds and one which is purpose-built to serve growing requirements for lower latency, higher performance and localised solutions,” said Giuliano Di Vitantonio, CEO, AtlasEdge.

“This is yet another example of us taking a site with existing connectivity, and leveraging our combined expertise to deliver an outstanding new facility which will act as an important regional aggregation hub and support the next wave of growth in digital infrastructure for the surrounding area.”

David Cusworth, EMEA Managing Director, Hardy Fisher Services, aded, “The infrastructure that this state-of-the-art data centre brings to Leeds is game-changing, and, as an anchor customer, we are very proud to support this launch.

“We are pleased to be playing an integral part in supporting the West Yorkshire Combined Authority to achieve a number of its digital objectives, including supporting all businesses in becoming equipped to exploit new digital technologies and take advantage of the opportunities for business growth through data.”

Over the last few months, AtlasEdge opened a second Hamburg data centre and acquired a site Vienna. The company’s European portfolio now spans 12 countries.

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