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The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Yvonne Mosquito opens Athena Data centres facility in the heart of Birmingham.
Following major investment in the Birmingham area, Athena Data centres, is a state-of-the art facility designed for companies wishing to manage their data and infrastructure. With a £5.5m investment in the past 18 months, using the latest technologies and a further 2.5 Mega Watt (MW) data hall already under construction, Athena Data Centres gains the capacity for another 640 additional racks which it will complete later this year.
Athena Data centres is part of the Athena Vaults group of companies aimed at partnering with businesses to help support their; data management, cloud services, cyber security and GDPR compliance. Andy Acton, CEO at Athena Datacentres said, “I would like to thank the Lord Mayor of Birmingham for recognising the importance for businesses to have a sound digital infrastructure when wishing to protect their assets as they develop and grow. Having run businesses myself, I empathise with how restrictive it can be to get infrastructure partners and contracts to align when wanting to support business objectives. We decided to do something about it by allowing companies to grow without these barriers” said Andy.
As a main sponsor of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, Athena Datacentres want to help businesses in the surrounding area prosper. Offering visitors at the opening ceremony the opportunity to see the level of investment that has gone into the facility will reassure organisations that Athena Datacentres are serious about enabling businesses to grow in the right way, by supporting them with their digital infrastructure.
For more information on Athena Vaults and the Group; Athena Data Centres, Athena Cloud Tech, Athena GDPR and Athena Cyber Security, then please visit: www.athenavaults.com.