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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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