Services provider Kelway is to extend its hosting capabilities after signing a 10-year Turn-Key Datacentre lease with datacentre provider Digital Realty.
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Located in Redhill, the new facility will add 720KW of extra IT capacity to Kelway's cloud service offering, establishing a foundation for further evolution of the reseller's services proposition, according to CEO Phil Doye.
"We are seeing continued growth in demand for our solution portfolio [and] as we extend our services our capacity requirements increase," said Doye.
"Many companies such as Kelway are seeking the control and flexibility afforded by acquiring wholesale colocation space with scalable increments of less than 1MW," said Digital Realty sales vice president Adam Levine.
"In this fashion companies are able to optimise their datacentre space as their businesses expand," he added.
Digital Realty offers secure Turn-Key facilities built using its proprietary POD Architecture, and uses metered power to ensure clients only pay for what they use. It also features a power and cooling architecture optimised for green operation.