aql’s forthcoming £43 million data centre, DC4, is the latest in a long line of business millstones for Dr Adam Beaumont, founder and CEO of aql, who began in business by repairing punctured bicycle tires in his garage as a nine-year old.
As part of our investment in infrastructure, our network has also been upgraded to create a more fault-tolerant core. The network, running on Brocade equipment, now has capacity to see us through to 2016 for our core messaging and voice services!
It’s nearly ready! 6000 square feet of carpeting and 306 seats are to arrive in the New Year. This is not a profit-making venture! The reason for renovating the auditorium is to allow us to host events for organisations whose remit is to innovate, inform and share.
DC4 will be a large, sustainable datacentre capable of housing 2440 server racks capable of serving the entire region. DC4 has been given the go-ahead to be built and planning is underway, despite aql only recently opening their third high capacity datacentre, DC3.
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