The London Borough of Hillingdon has renewed its managed services contract with global datacentre and critical environment specialist Keysource for a further two years, building on a successful partnership spanning over 15 years. Under the terms of the deal Keysource will continue to provide planned and reactive maintenance and support on the critical USP infrastructure throughout the Council’s datacentre estate.
Keysource, the leading global datacentre and critical environment specialist, has been awarded a contract extension by Royal Holloway, University of London. It builds on a successful 10-year relationship during which Keysource has provided critical infrastructure services for the college.
A good testing and commissioning procedure is as critical as a good design for a data centre facility and yet there is far less emphasis on its importance. As a result many organisations are facing major risks for their infrastructure in that it will simply not achieve the performance, resilience and efficiency that it was designed for.
Keysource, the specialist in data centres and critical environments, has successfully completed a management buyout (MBO), led by Stephen Whatling. The transaction was backed by Tosca Debt Capital (TDC) and Shawbrook Bank, who provided equity finance and debt funding respectively. Terms of the deal are undisclosed.
Keysource, the global datacentre and critical environment specialist, has undertaken a consultancy and professional services project for a communications room for Two Point Studios, newly acquired by Sega Europe, the producer of multi-million-selling game franchises including Sonic the Hedgehog, Total War, and Yakuza. This latest project builds on a 10-year relationship between Sega and Keysource.
Keysource, global data centre and critical environment specialists, have officially partnered with workplace mental health charity Mates in Mind. The charity is focused on raising awareness, addressing the stigma of poor mental health and promoting positive mental wellbeing across places of work. The announcement comes after Keysource leaders recognised the increased strain on mental health whilst the pandemic continues to disrupt the work and life balance of employees.
Jon Healy, Operations Director at Keysource, took part in Andy Davis’ Inside Data Centre Podcast. Jon discussed the latest Keysource Industry Report, the drivers for growth in the industry, the challenges faced as it expands, and how the industry will be shaped in 2021 and beyond.
A leading US technology company has renewed its contract with Keysource, the global data centre and critical environment specialist, for the ongoing maintenance and facilities management of a number of micro Modular Data Centres (MDCs).
At Keysource, we are committed to ensuring the health and wellbeing of our team, supply chain and clients, and playing our part in helping to minimise the spread of the virus.
The Keysource 2020 State of the Industry Report is, unsurprisingly, dominated by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic – in particular the technology changes and challenges that it has brought to business and its effect on people’s ability to work, their priorities and decision-making processes.