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Interxion boss Séamus Dunne says growth in cloud services will increase the need for data centres in major urban areas, amid an evolution in how businesses operate

Séamus Dunne of Interxion: ‘The pandemic has accelerated the necessity for digital transformation. If you’re not adopting, you’re going to get left behind.’ Picture: Fergal Phillips

More data centres are coming and they will be even closer to urban centres, according to Séamus Dunne, the managing director of Interxion in Ireland.

Dunne told the Business Post the move was inevitable as the world enters a new wave of transformation built around cloud technology.

“This is the best part of IT to be in. It’s where the growth and strategy is. It’s the hub where all IT connects, that’s the connectivity pipes, ...