TelecityGroup was a UK data centre company which was bought by Equinix in 2016.
The company provided carrier-neutral data centre and colocation services to European customers.
TelecityGroup was the result of the coming together of three separate companies – TeleCity Limited, Redbus Interhouse Limited and Globix Holdings (UK) Limited.
TeleCity Limited was founded by Mike Kelly and Anish Kapoor from Manchester University in April 1998 and opened its first data centre in Manchester.
In 1998, Redbus was incorporated and the first data centre in the London Docklands area was opened. In 2006, TelecityGroup bought the European assets of Globix Corp. In 2007, TeleCity, Redbus and Globix underwent a rebrand and started trading under the name TelecityGroup.
In 2015, US data centre company Equinix announced the acquisition of TelecityGroup for £2.25bn. The buy-out was completed in 2016.
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