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Geo will be connecting to Chiswick by an extension of its highly secure sewer-based network

Geo, a leading provider of high performance networks for demanding data users, today announced the expansion of their UK network and the addition of three new sites, to support a strategic push into the media sector.

Geo’s national network is being extended out 50km to Windlesham in Surrey, passing through many media-centric locations across London including Chiswick, Hounslow and Hammersmith. This extension provides an alternative route to Slough, offering customers fibre diversity for added resilience. The network will also pass multiple award-winning business site Chiswick Business Park, home to some of the media sector’s largest household names, as well as to two new data centre facilities; one in Slough and the other in London’s Telehouse West – a state-of-the-art £80m data centre in the heart of the Docklands.

Geo will be connecting to Chiswick by an extension of its highly secure sewer-based network, enabling a rapid and highly durable connection with no disruption to local residents or businesses. Geo’s cables run up to 30 metres below street level, virtually eradicating the threat of accidental damage to the fibre, and providing industry-leading levels of security and resilience to its customers.

This programme of extensions will enable Geo to provide network connectivity to a range of private and public sector businesses in the London and Slough centres of commerce, and takes the total number of data centre connections to 23 in London and 16 national.

“Geo is continuing to execute an aggressive network expansion programme, to both meet the growing needs of our existing customers and to strengthen our proposition to new clients”, said Chris Smedley, Chief Executive of Geo Networks. “Chiswick Park opens up many new opportunities for us, and we are delighted to be early partners with the two leading data centre organisations including Telehouse, both of whom operate exemplary facilities and are highly regarded in their field.”

“Geo Networks has been a long-standing partner of Telehouse and we are pleased that they have extended their presence with us in our latest facility, Telehouse West, as part of their ongoing expansion. We will continue to provide highly resilient and cutting-edge data centre services to support their growth into the demanding media sector,” said Sales and Marketing Director, Michelle Reid.

About Geo

Geo is the only company in the UK solely focused on the designing and building of bespoke dedicated fibre network solutions. Geo’s revolutionary and flexible approach means that for the first time, organisations can own and control their networks, ensuring that security, high bandwidth and resilience are guaranteed. It provides an extensive range of solutions including fully managed networks, dark fibre and co-location services. Geo enables network solutions throughout the UK and in the London area. Customers include mobile operators, service providers, major banks and the public sector. Geo is listed as the 7th fastest growing technology company in the UK in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 list for 2009. Visit for more information.

About Telehouse

Telehouse offers data centre facilities and connectivity, providing a secure and resilient platform for mission critical IT systems. Established in 1988, Telehouse became Europe’s first purpose-built neutral colocation provider. Today, the company is at the heart of the Internet and telecommunications infrastructure, serving over 1,000 major customers worldwide, from small start-ups to multinationals across a wide range of industries. It is a subsidiary of Japanese corporation KDDI, a Global 400 company and, with its sister company Telehouse America, is able to offer a global network covering Europe, America and Asia.

Contact details:

Michael Frier
0207 842 3269

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