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Backbone Connect Announce 2nd phase of Tier III datacenter on the out skirts of London near London Heathrow Airport.

Backbone Connect One of the leading U.K managed networks and colocation providers; today has announced the second phase of its Slough colocation data centre is now ready for occupancy. The second phase releases a further 250 colocation racks to help businesses lower colocation costs and move out of..

Reported by PRWeb • Tuesday, August 28, 2012

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