NTT Com’s recent expansion represents an investment of over $1.6 billion USD globally, over 90% of which has been outside of Japan in Europe, India, United States and South East Asia.
Gyron’s 30MW Hemel Hempstead facility, scheduled for launch in the spring of 2015, is a prime example of this investment strategy. The new campus will provide uniformly high standards of quality, compliance, security and operation. The investment also supports innovation and modular construction principles. It will be the first large scale commercial colocation facility in the UK to offer the option of a chiller-less cooling system — providing 30% more energy capacity for ICT systems without expanding its power system.
Damian Skendrovic, Vice President, Cloud Services, NTT Europe and Director of Gyron Internet Limited says: “We are delighted to receive such a prestigious award in recognition of NTT Com’s vision and investment within the industry. We are committed to further expanding our global infrastructure and have already moved the centre of gravity of our data centre business. NTT Communications is an important gateway that connects Asia to the rest of the world, linking businesses globally. This award recognises the quality and scale of the achievements that enable our global cloud vision. ”
Now in its seventh year, the awards are designed to reflect changes in markets and technologies, recognising excellence across the data centre and cloud sector. The Judges of this year’s Datacentre and Cloud Awards have announced their decision across a range of award categories, showcasing best in class services and innovation.