LDeX signs partnership with Next Connex

Data Centre

by CBR Staff Writer| 14 February 2013

Customers will no longer need to maintain a costly presence in London’s main carrier exchange.

UK based data centre collocation provider LDeX has signed a partnership deal with Next Connex to offer enhanced network connectivity to its LDeX1 North London Data Centre.

The Partnership between the two companies will offer LDeX's customers more connectivity options through Next Connex's core network, linking Data Centres in the London, Slough, Surrey, and South Wales.

LDeX director of Sales & Marketing Matt Edgley said: "Next Connex's presence in LDeX1 expands our customers' connectivity, offering them the flexibility to connect to more Carriers and to other Data Centres easily and cost-effectively."

LDeX said the partnership will allow customers not to maintain costly main carrier exchange in London by leveraging LDeX's Staples Corner site.

Next Connex commercial director Richard Auld said: "LDeX is a leading Data Centre and is ideally located in North London offering easy access to customers via the M1."

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