Digital Realty’s Data Centres Will Provide Access to “70% of EU GDP” After $8.4b Buyout


San Francisco-based Digital Realty has agreed an $8.3 billion takeover of Dutch co-location data centre provider Interxion, which will see it add a major European footprint to its portfolio, including facilities in central London (LON1, LON2, and LON3) that are used by a wide range of financial services organisations.

Interxion’s European business includes 53 carrier- and cloud-neutral facilities in 11  countries. “The combination will create a leading pan-European data center presence, offering consistent, high-quality services with low-latency access to approximately 70 percent of the GDP in Europe,” Digital Realty

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