Melita Data Centre, Malta’s only purpose-built facility,
has launched a new website dedicated to its co-location, hosting
and connectivity services: www.melitadatacentre.com
Built to Tier III specifications and covering a total
fully-fenced footprint of 10,000 m2, the facility is also the
largest and most unique of its kind in Malta.
“Following the major investment in infrastructure in 2015,
Melita Data Centre now has ten times more capacity for hosting
client equipment within its secure facilities. The take-up has been
very positive and the unique facilities have managed to attract
some of the best names in the Financial, Remote Gaming and ICT
sectors. The new dedicated website continues to evolve the Melita
Data Centre brand into a highly specialised service line, also
extending our reach to local and international B2B
customers.” commented Malcolm Briffa, Director of Business
Services at Melita.
By leveraging Melita’s nationwide fibre network, Melita
Data Centre also provides dedicated and premium symmetric internet
over fibre, local point to point circuits as well as MPLS for local
and international multisite connectivity. Through its
point-of-presence (PoP) in Milan, Melita Data Centre provides
connectivity through the world’s largest Tier I internet
carriers, Level 3® Communications and Telia Carrier.
Melita is Malta’s leading provider of next generation
broadband, fixed and wireless connectivity services reaching over
99 percent of dwellings in Malta. Through its nationwide fibre
network and peering capabilities in Milan, it serves the growing
connectivity needs of small and large businesses. APAX Partners (a
leading private equity firm in Europe) and Fortino Capital (a
Brussels-based investment company) completed their acquisition of
Melita in 2016.
For more information on Melita Data Centre co-location and
connectivity services visit www.melitadatacentre.com or contact the
dedicated team on email@example.com
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