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IXEurope plans to open its third datacentre in London in January to meet increased demand from the corporate sector.

The firm has already signed up new punters for the site in West London flogging around 20 per cent of the 30,000 square feet facility.

The site is currently undergoing a major refit ready for its opening early in the new year.

"This acquisition is part of a Europe-wide expansion plan which we are executing over the coming months at IXEurope with the aim of maintaining our industry-record annual year-on-year revenue growth of over 35 per cent," said chief exec Guy Willner in a statement.

Last month IXEurope snapped up its third datacentre in Germany forking out more than €14m for the facility north of Frankfurt.

IXEurope has ten sites across Europe in the UK, Germany, France and Switzerland. ®

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