UK data center firm ServerChoice has added a new data hall to its facility in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.

The new hall, comprised of 47 racks, makes use of hot aisle containment, leading to greater efficiency with no limit on rack loading. Each rack will receive 2x 32A (15kW) of power, and is backed up by a dedicated UPS and generator.

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“We are proud to be expanding our offerings at ServerChoice with a new data hall. We’ve seen demand increase for services from our Stevenage data center, and this new expansion will help us continue to deliver for our customers,” said Adam Bradshaw, commercial director at ServerChoice.

Connectivity for the new data hall is powered by ProjectJet, a colocation connectivity platform which uses the latest Juniper fusion clusters.

ServerChoice opened the Stevenage facility opened in 2008; the 1MW facility has a PUE of 1.4. The company also has facilities in Harlow and Central London.

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