|By Business Wire||
|January 16, 2014 03:00 AM EST||
IXcellerate Moscow One Datacentre announced today that Guy Willner, CEO of IXcellerate will be presenting at the 7th annual Finance and Investment London Forum for Datacentres and Cloud on the 23rd of January on the topic of Market Potential for Datacentre Investments in Developing Economies.
The session will look at connectivity, power and demand for expansion of datacentre services across emerging economies of Turkey, CEE, Russia and Africa as well as identify key cities and provide a future investment perspective.
Guy Willner, CEO of IXcellerate says “I am looking forward to the forum and pleased to see such a large interest in these still under-exploited markets.”
IXcellerate is an unparalleled carrier neutral datacenter operator in Moscow, which is comparable to the quality of data centers in America and Western Europe. IXcellerate offers pure-play co-location designed to meet the standards of financial institutions, multinational corporations, international carriers and major content operators.
Opened in 2012, IXcellerate’s Tier3+ Moscow One Datacentre is a stand alone data center located within the MKAD ring road of Moscow, set over a 15,000m² campus. IXcellerate Moscow One provides clients with a bespoke solution aimed towards solving their unique datacenter requirements, offering co-location services including private and secure cages, combined with on-hand technical support 24/365. Within our carrier-neutral facility, affordable and resilient connectivity is available in Russia and the entire World. Expansion phases have the potential to increase the co-location floor space to over 5000m², with power feeds planned up to 13.7 MVA.
IXcellerate was founded by Guy Willner (co-founder and former CEO of IXEurope, former President Europe for Equinix Inc.), and Cliff Gauntlett (former SVP of Golden Telecom in Russia). See more information www.ixcellerate.com or follow on Twitter @ixcellerate.
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