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C4L launches point of presence in LDeX Group data centre

London, United Kingdom - 15 May 2014 - LDeX Group has today announced that C4L has launched a point of presence at LDeX Group, signalling the strength and growth of the carrier neutral London based data centre colocation and network services provider.

As a Data Centre, Connectivity, Cloud and Communications provider with over 100 points of presence across the UK alone and 300 globally, C4L provides private fibre-optic network connectivity solutions complementing LDeX's existing list of tier 1 carriers and ISPs which already have POPs in LDeX1 based in Staples Corner in London.

Commenting on the news, Robin Garbutt, CEO said: 'We are delighted that C4L has decided to launch a POP at the group's London based data centre facility, LDeX1. This strategic move will enable our customers to have faster and scalable connectivity between LDeX and C4L's 100 data centres in the UK and internationally, helping to deliver faster Internet services.'

Matt Hawkins, Chairman & Founder of C4L said: "Our goal is to create the largest DC network in the UK, and by adding POPs in premium facilities like LDeX1 allows our customers to access all the products and services available in the North London location plus it connects LDeX1 customers to the 100 DCs in our UK network."

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About LDeX Group
LDeX Group provides carrier neutral London colocation and data centre facilities within the M25 and in close proximity to Central London. LDeX own, operate and manage their facilities, providing London colocation services to a range of industry sectors to protect the availability of data, applications, ecommerce and online presence.

For more information please visit: www.ldexgroup.co.uk

Press Contact: LDeX Group Ltd
Anne-Marie Lavelle (Group Marketing Executive), [email protected], +44(0) 207 183 3960

About C4L
C4L is a leading data centre colocation and connectivity solutions provider, with access to over 100 UK data centres and more than 300 globally. C4L offer a range of services including colocation, connectivity, cloud and communications. With their own data centre located on the South West coast and a fully privately owned, high-capacity, 1-100Gb capable fibre-optic network, utilising equipment from leading technology vendors such as Juniper, Extreme and Cisco. This network called coreTX, links multiple data centres across the UK using a diverse fibre optic backbone and DWDM technology to provide very high performance.

C4L clients include government agencies, FTSE 250 companies, international financial institutions, system integrators, top 100 VARs, resellers and many of the UK's network carriers. Our entire business is committed to customer satisfaction and quality of service and we have achieved certifications such as ISO9001 & 27001 to demonstrate this. C4L was the 2012 winner of HSBC's South West Business Thinking initiative, and has been ranked in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and Fast 500 EMEA, as well as the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100.

For more information visit www.C4L.co.uk/pr, or Tel: Jade Yarham +44 (0)8000 470 481 Ext 736

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