The £680,000 Blueface investment aims to help the company evolve with market demand.
Irish IP telecoms company, Blueface, has splashed €850,000 (£680,000) on a new Point of Presence (PoP) data centre in Dublin.
The facility, which offers full redundancy and back-up on its network, has been launched in partnership with Dell and data centre provider TelecityGroup, and is Blueface’s second data centre.
Blueface CEO Alan Foy said: "We pride ourselves on providing a trusted service that continues to evolve in line with market demand.
"As a result, we continue to attract new business customers along with experiencing increased demand from existing customers.
"Our growing data centre requirements demonstrate this positive progression in Blueface’s growth and we are delighted to further develop our excellent relationship with TelecityGroup, and to have the support of Dell in deploying state-of-the-art technology for our second PoP."
Based in TelecityGroup Data Centre in Blanchardstown, Dublin, the PoP represents a significant milestone in Blueface’s development enabling its expansion into the future, according to Foy.
The company’s technology platform was developed in Ireland and has been deployed in more than 12 countries worldwide.