KPN, Borchveste to open data centre in Almere

Monday 10 December 2007 | 10:09 CET | News
KPN has agreed to work with Borchveste, a property development company of VolkerWessels and Kroon Vastgoed, to open a date centre in the city of Almere. This is KPN's fifth large CyberCenter, adding another 5,000 square-metres of floor space. The centre is expected to open in November 2008 and rentals have already started. The data centres are key to KPN's offer of managed ICT services for the business market.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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