Volta welcomes Six Degrees Group

Volta Data Centres has announced that 6DG has added a Central London PoP at Volta’s Great Sutton Street data centre, to expand the coverage of its 6DG Datahop network.

The 6DG core network of data centre locations, virtualised servers and major network operators offers its clients a fully integrated and resilient range of cloud hosting, managed data services, data centre, connectivity and voice services. The addition of a PoP at Volta’s facility will provide 6DG customers with further choice when building their business architecture.

Volta’s Great Sutton Street Data Centre is Central London’s first new data centre for more than a decade, catering to the requirements of latency-sensitive users in the financial services industry, TechCity-based technology firms and the media industry. The combination of Volta’s 33kV diverse power supply and range of Tier 1 carriers bringing their own diverse fibre connectivity to the building makes Volta the most resilient facility in central London.

Campbell Williams, Group Strategy & Marketing Director, 6DG, said: “Our partnership with Volta, London’s first major carrier neutral data centre in a decade, marks a significant step in managed services. Our unique network infrastructure will enable Volta to offer the capacity, bandwidth resilience and reach of the 6DG network to its customers – and will be a welcome addition to our PoPs network in London. It is our ability to link people, places and clouds that drives this relationship with Volta and we are confident that the flexibility and capabilities we can offer together will match their needs in the market.”

Matthew Dent, CEO of Volta commented: “We are delighted to welcome 6DG to our Great Sutton Street facility. Their presence at Volta enables our existing customers to take advantage of 6DG’s cloud hosting, colocation or managed data services. Our partnership benefits the interconnected and ever more digital world we live in and improves both the physical and cloud based infrastructure for doing business in central London.”

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David Dungay

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