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Infratil invests in UK data centre operator Kao Data

Tuesday 5 October 2021 | 10:30 CET | News
Infratil, New Zealand-based infrastructure investment company, has announced a GBP 120-130 million investment in Kao Data, UK developer and operator of advanced data centres. The investment will fund Kao Data's growth, with Infratil holding 40 percent of the company. 

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Companies: Kao Data
Countries: United Kingdom
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