LCRDC, Baltic Broadband’s new Data Centre brand – have today launched a new Micro Data centre located in Bootle, Sefton.
Strategically located within South Sefton, this Micro Data Centre is a central gateway to the local digital businesses, such as those in retail, shipping, education, gaming, sensors and tech businesses.
This Bootle Colocation facility is ideal for edge nodes and low latency, interactive retail, immersive and real-time applications that require data to be closer to the end user.
Available space for customers include Single U, Multi U and Quarter Rack options with low power density requirements for small servers, single board computers and similar appliances.
Previously, offering Data Centre space had been a service that has enhanced customers digital connectivity by allowing them to move their IT hardware outside of their office and into a Data Centre within the Liverpool City Region, while still being connected at LAN speeds and low latency.
Over the last 2 years, the demand for Data Centre space has risen, especially with the high costs of the cloud, more and more businesses are now looking at what they can do to keep their data local to their operations, quite often, just a few street away from their premises.
Baltic Broadband’s LCRDC is growing it’s data centres substantially this coming year and has plans to offer multiple small scale Data Centres that will provide Edge & Micro Colocation across Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helen’s, Halton & the Wirral. These new generation of small scale data centres will help enable 5G applications, Media Streaming, Driverless Cars, Drone Deliveries, the Internet of Things, especially with such data centres being installed deep within Communities.