Deac delays launch of data centre in Riga as it looks for investors

Tuesday 20 August 2019 | 10:49 CET | News
Latvian company Deac has postponed the launch of its new data centre in Riga, reports Db.lv citing Andris Gailitis, the company's chairman of the board. The new data centre will be based at Deac's premises but its communications and infrastructure will be separate. Investment in the new data centre will total EUR 10 million. Deac had planned to open the data centre in 2018.  

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Countries: Latvia
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