Location: Dublin 22, Dublin
Address: U7 Kilcarbery Park, New Nangor Road, Dublin
TelecityGroup is Europe's leading provider of premium carrier-neutral data centres. In Ireland, TelecityGroup operate 3 world-class data centres in Dublin, connecting the world's leading financial services, cloud, gaming and business services companies.
Headquartered in London, TelecityGroup operates data centres in prime locations across Europe.
Organisations from around the world rely on our highly-connected, resilient and secure data centres to maximise the efficiency of their IT operations, reduce overall risk and free them to focus on their own core business. Each carrier-neutral data centre is a thriving, connected ecosystem; providing direct access to an unrivalled choice of international and local connectivity providers.
Our 3 Dublin data centres have been designed and built by engineering experts, to ensure your critical systems are always available. Organisations place their trust in our onsite engineers to provide responsive, expert and hands-on support around the clock. Our data centres pave the way for a new generation of data centres.
Our highly advanced facilities are currently being expanded, adding more power, capacity and flexibility to meet growing customer demand.
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15.04.2013 TelecityGroup Ireland managing director Maurice Mortell says data centres have become the heart of the digital ecosystem, with vital interconnects between various telcos, cloud...
20.03.2013 TelecityGroup’s Irish data centre division has become the first data centre operator in Ireland to achieve the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, which has been...
14.02.2013 Carrier-neutral data centre provider TelecityGroup’s revenue rose to stg£283.0m for the year ended 31 December 2012, an increase of 18pc from stg£239.8m last year.
23.11.2012 Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD, will give the opening address at Silicon Republic’s inaugural Cloud Capital Forum this morning in the Convention...
16.11.2012 The era of the software-defined data centre which provides CIOs with the ability to remotely increase network capacity within a data centre just like you would a virtual machine...