NexGen extends global footprint to DigiPlex’s Stockholm data centre
DigiPlex, the leading Nordic data centre operator, and NexGen Networks, one of the world’s most rapidly growing integrated telecommunications carriers, today announced a collaboration that extends NexGen’s global footprint to DigiPlex's Stockholm data centre. The agreement will enable DigiPlex customers to connect to locations around the world through NexGen’s carrier network. NexGen customers will also be able to expand their infrastructure into DigiPlex’s award winning, carrier-neutral data centre.
”We are delighted to have NexGen on board as we expand our campus facility in Stockholm. In today’s digital world, the data centre is becoming an interconnected business ecosystem for critical digital operations, and DigiPlex customers can now take advantage of the increased level of connectivity services that NexGen brings.", says CEO Gisle M. Eckhoff. “We continue to enhance connectivity in all our data centres as a key part of our client offering.”
NexGen Networks is also announcing the availability of NexGen’s TaaS (Time as a Service) NPLTime® in DigiPlex’s Stockholm datacentre.
"NexGen’s Pan-European Cybersecure footprint in partnership with NPL to deliver NPLTime® will not only enable financial enterprises in Stockholm, but also DigiPlex’s customers impacted by ESMA's ruling, to de-risk all compliance ambiguity in technically addressing MiFID II RTS25. It also confidently present new creative market structure opportunities.”, says Janesh Mistry, Senior Sales Director, NexGen Networks EMEA.
DigiPlex aims to set the standard for best practice within the data centre industry and represents the new generation of data centre providers. DigiPlex helps companies maximize savings through innovation while reducing their carbon footprint and environmental impact. DigiPlex’ data centres are powered exclusively by sustainable sources of electricity and their new sites are some of the greenest and most energy efficient data centres in the world.
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