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TelecityGroup acquires Academica, a leading data centre and IT services operator in Finland. Academica operates two carrier-neutral data centres in Helsinki with 1MW of operational capacity. 3MW of additional capacity is secured, some of which will be deployed in Viikinmaki, a new centrally-located facility.
August 2012:TelecityGroup acquires Tenue Oy, one of Finland’s leading providers of carrier-neutral data centres. In total TelecityGroup gains one of the most connected data centres in Helsinki, plus another under construction.
TelecityGroup acquires UK Grid, expanding the Group's Manchester data centre footprint.
TelecityGroup acquires Data Electronics, expanding the Group's Dublin data centre footprint.
TelecityGroup announces a new 9MW, 6,000 sq.m, data centre in its core Amsterdam market.
TelecityGroup announces further UK expansion. Expansion in Docklands and new facility to be built in Manchester to add 6.5MW of customer capacity.
TelecityGroup acquires Internet Facilitators Limited (IFL), expanding the Group's Manchester data centre footprint.
TelecityGroup first data centre operator to be awarded Carbon Trust Standard.
TelecityGroup achieves company-wide ISO 14001 certification for Environmental Management and OHSAS 18001 for Occupational Health and Safety management systems.
TelecityGroup is the first carrier-neutral data centre provider to be awarded ‘Corporate Status’ for the EU’s Code of Conduct for Data Centres.
All European data centres certified compliant with ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 standards.
TelecityGroup announces plans to build an additional 21MW of data centre capacity in London.
TelecityGroup opens new state-of-the-art data centre in Paris.
TelecityGroup announces plans to build an additional 6MW of data centre capacity in Frankfurt.
TelecityGroup opens new data centres in Milan and Stockholm.
TelecityGroup admitted to FTSE4Good index.
TelecityGroup becomes the first carrier-neutral data centre operator to adopt the EU Code of Conduct for data centres.
TelecityGroup admitted to FTSE techMARK index.
TelecityGroup opens Powergate data centre in London, UK.
TelecityGroup opens data centre in Amstel Business Park, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
TelecityGroup admitted to FTSE 250 index.
Telecity Group plc listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Following a rebranding exercise implemented in August 2007, TeleCity, Redbus and Globix (UK) trade under the name TelecityGroup.
TelecityRedbus acquires Globix Corporation’s wholly-owned UK subsidiary, Globix Holdings (UK) Limited, expanding the Group’s London data centre footprint and enhancing its value-added services capability.
Telecity Group acquires Redbus Interhouse plc and its group companies in January 2006. The resulting common ownership of TeleCity and Redbus results in the two businesses trading under the name of TelecityRedbus.
Telecity Group plc (the Company) is incorporated and becomes the holding company of Telecity PLC and its group companies in November 2005.
TeleCity plc is taken private by 3i and Oak Hill.
TeleCity Limited’s parent company, TeleCity plc, is floated on the main market of the London Stock Exchange and transfers its listing to AIM in February 2005.
TeleCity Limited is renamed TeleCity UK Limited.
Redbus Interhouse Limited floats on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Redbus Interhouse Limited is incorporated, and commences operations in its first data centre in London Docklands in July 1999.
TeleCity Limited is formed; it opens its first data centre in Manchester and subsequently opens data centres in London and then Europe.