Sudlows and Indectron create new digital hub

Published:  02 August, 2017

Sudlows, data centres

Sudlows is working on a new state-of-the-art data centre for digital firm Indectron, which will provide highly secure colocation for a range of organisations. Shield House is in Gloucester and has a power capacity of 3 MW. It will be used as a protected environment for data and critical systems connected with a wide range of networks and cloud service providers.

Andy Hirst, technical director at Sudlows, said, ‘This is an outstanding facility that utilises the very best energy-efficient technology. We are committed to providing the best energy-efficient and resilient critical environments, and this is reflected in the range of organisations this new facility will serve.’

Shield House is expected to be completed late this year.



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