Interxion to build second data centre in Stockholm

19 February 2013 | Laura Hedges

European data centre provider, Interxion, has today announced the construction of a second data centre in Stockholm, Sweden.

The company has said it will also be expanding its existing data centres in Frankfurt and Copenhagen as part of its expansion strategy to meet customer demand across its pan-European footprint.

The first 500 square metre phase of the Stockholm...

Topics: Interxion, data centre, Stockholm, Sweden



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