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Tuesday 25 July 2017

Interxion unveils new sustainable €28m data centre

Tanya Duncan, heads the company's Irish arm.
Tanya Duncan, heads the company's Irish arm.

Sean Duffy

Cloud data provider Interxion has opened a third data centre in Dublin in a €28m development.

The Dutch company said it had also purchased additional land at the Grange Castle Business Park site for future expansion.

“Since Interxion opened its first data centre in Ireland in 2001 demand for our services has continued to grow and evolve as Ireland’s economy changed,” said Tanya Duncan, managing director of Interxion Ireland

“The data centre industry in Ireland continues to thrive and the Grange Castle Business Park has become a strategic location for businesses looking to interconnect mission critical services in Ireland.

Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald thanked the company for their continued investment in her constituency.

“This development is evidence of  the company’s continuing commitment to Ireland and to the community here,” Ms Fitzgerald said.

“With data increasingly becoming the lifeblood of the global economy, Ireland is well positioned to thrive as a location for the world’s best and most efficient data centres well into the future,” the minister added.

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