euNetworks, a UK bandwidth provider, is looking to bolster its bandwidth connectivity for businesses in London after partnering with Volta Data Centre.
The data centre firm will join euNetwork’s dc connect service, which provides near instant and scalable bandwidth connectivity across data centres in London as well as 250 data centres in Europe.
euNetworks, which owns and runs its own fibre network, said Volta’s Great Sutton Street location, near London’s West End and tech hub Shoreditch, will help it provide "instant and scalable high bandwidth" for cloud service providers and businesses in London.
"Teaming with Volta for our dc connect service was a natural development for us in the London market," said euNetworks’ CMO Kevin Dean.
"Volta is a growing business and is working to target the key customer sectors that we have identified with a real need for this service… its connectivity and cloud infrastructure is critically important to businesses as it enables the agility and flexibility our customers seek."
The partnership comes after euNetworks invested £8m in the dc connect service in October 2014.
Volta Data Centre’s CEO Matthew Dent added: "In this environment the reliability and latency of the connectivity is very important, so euNetwork’s decision to choose Volta to join its connectivity service further proves that we can put London businesses at the heart of the Internet’s most powerful services, providing access to global markets."
"For any Managed Services Provider it is essential to look for a data centre with multiple Tier 1 carrier options and diverse entry points into the building, as well as Tier 2 carrier services, in order to achieve full resilience."