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The centre of the world

Róisín Kiberd writes on the increasing role Ireland plays in the data centre sector

1st October, 2017
Tanya Duncan, managing director, Interxion Ireland

Tanya Duncan, managing director of Interxion Ireland, a branch of its international network of cloud-neutral co-location data centres, said: “The Dublin co-location market is developing into a true technology hub, attracting international cloud and content providers looking to service the European market from Ireland.” Citing a recent report by legal firm William Fry, she observed: “Despite Ireland’s significantly smaller economy and population size, it is perceived by international organisations, based on key factors driving location...

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