Interxion to host Perseus Telecom’s global network operations centre infrastructure

Tanya Duncan, Interxion
Tanya Duncan, Interxion

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11 November 2014 | 0

Carrier-neutral data centre operator Interxion has confirmed Perseus Telecom is to host its new network infrastructure at its Dublin facility. This will connect to Perseus’s new network operations centre (NOC) in Galway.

The agreement with Interxion enables Perseus Telecom to offer services to customers in Ireland including connectivity to its global network with routes to Chicago, New York, Brazil, London and Frankfurt.

Perseus recently announced the creation of 25 new jobs in Galway as part of an IDA Ireland-backed expansion.

“Companies like Perseus Telecom are attracted to Ireland because of the availability of top-class talent, and well established digital infrastructure. This results in job creation and investment in our thriving digital community.  We are delighted to be working with Perseus Telecom and supporting its expansion in Ireland,” said Tanya Duncan, MD of Interxion Ireland.

Tom Proudley, senior vice president of operation and service assurance, at Perseus Telecom, said: “Our expansion in Ireland required a data centre service provider that could facilitate a fast and secure deployment, provide flexibility in terms of implementation and who offered competitive value. Interxion is an excellent fit for our requirements and we look forward to a long working relationship.”

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