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3
April
2014

C4L signs three-year deal with Pulsant

Investment in upgrading Maidenhead Data Centre facility brings benefits to customers

We are delighted to announce that our long-term client C4L have renewed their contract with Pulsant by signing a three-year deal. C4L is a provider of colocation, connectivity, cloud and communications and currently has a large footprint within our Maidenhead Data Facility.

The company has been a client for four years and in that time has added to the services that Pulsant provides, initially making use of the Maidenhead campus before expanding to Pulsant’s Milton Keynes facility. These services include colocation, power supply and connectivity along three wavelengths between sites in Maidenhead, Milton Keynes and London.

“We have a significant presence in Maidenhead with a number of racks there, and we host several of our clients at this campus,” says Simon Mewett, CEO, C4L. “By committing to a new three-year deal we are, in effect, committing to the Maidenhead site. It offers us a cost-effective destination outside of London, with excellent connectivity between the site and the city with low latency. It is also an excellent disaster recovery facility to support our other sites.

“The recent multi-million pound investment that Pulsant has put into the Maidenhead upgrade has made the latest technology available to us and enables us to pass those benefits onto our clients.”

Upgrades to the Maidenhead campus include electrical and mechanical improvements, enhanced connectivity into and out of the facility, and an expansion of the company’s risk management framework. A new UPS – uninterruptible power supplies – architecture, new plant rooms for the devices, separate LV and UPS switch rooms, and a new area to house the UPS batteries have been built. This ensures that Pulsant is providing an N+1 redundant power supply to all racks with single and dual fed supplies from new distribution points up to 6kw.

Further upgrades are also taking place, including the inclusion of 32amp and dual fed rack space, customer areas for meetings and downtime, as well as build room and secure storage facilities.

“In addition to the upgrade, over the years we’ve had excellent service from the remote hands support team at Maidenhead. They are an experienced and knowledgeable team who know our business and can quickly assist us and implement what we need,” concludes Mewett.

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25
April
2013

Pulsant supports South London development through partnership with Develop Croydon Forum

Cloud, hosting and colocation experts Pulsant has joined the Develop Croydon Forum, an initiative promoting the London borough of Croydon, as a full partner. Develop Croydon is an influential organisation which aims to promote the borough as a location in which to invest, work and live. The announcement follows the completion of the first phase of Pulsant’s £14 million, three-year investment programme to create a new South London Data Centre Campus at its existing site in Croydon.

Through partnering with the Forum, and taking part in local events including the Develop Croydon Conference, Pulsant is helping to stimulate the regeneration and economic renewal of the borough. The company is committed to encouraging inward investment and collaboration with local businesses.

Mark Howling, CEO at Pulsant comments, “Getting involved with Develop Croydon is important for Pulsant and the local business community Develop Croydon supports. By getting involved, and encouraging more organisations to look at the facilities the borough has to offer, we can help establish Croydon as the flourishing business community it is. For example, there are now more than 600 technology and digital marketing organisations based in the borough, making it an ideal location for technology innovators.”

Richard Plant, Chairman of the Develop Croydon Forum and a Director of Stiles Harold Williams surveyors, said, “We are delighted Pulsant has demonstrated its commitment to the future well-being of Croydon by becoming a full partner of the Develop Croydon Forum. Now in its third year, the Forum exists to provide platform for businesses with a vested interest in Croydon to positively influence the latest developments in the borough.”

The Pulsant South London Campus will make a considerable impact on IT provisioning for Croydon and the surrounding areas, including Greater London. Only 10 miles from London’s city centre, it offers secure, resilient and competitively priced, high capacity data storage facilities and ultra-fast connectivity close to the capital’s financial and commercial heart.

Once complete, Pulsant’s South London Campus will offer over 8,400m² of data centre space in eight separate data halls, supporting a total of 1,680 racks at between 2 and 10Kw per rack. As a dedicated data centre campus site, it also offers on-site technical teams, enterprise class processes and comfortable facilities for clients’ IT staff, including; parking, rest rooms, kitchen and facilities, dedicated offices and meeting rooms.

The scale of Pulsant South London allows customers to consume capacity to suit their requirements. Options range from single racks and cages to fully customised private data suites and even dedicated data halls. Customers can consume capacity on either a usage or fixed cost basis and for larger kilowatt (Kw) power requirements, which is traditionally associated with larger wholesale transactions, as such customers can take advantage of Pulsant’s flexible terms whilst still maintaining a highly competitive price.

Pulsant also provides additional capacity at ten other strategic data centre locations throughout the UK, including Scotland, Milton Keynes and Reading.

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30
January
2013

Pulsant Colocation Helps Core DataCloud Expand its Data Recovery Business

Cloud, colocation and connectivity experts, Pulsant is providing enterprise class colocation facilities to Core DataCloud, a leading provider of Data Recovery as a Service for UK mid-market companies.

With its servers now housed in Pulsant’s Tier 3 data centre in Reading, Core DataCloud is better placed to scale up its competitively priced, disaster recovery and business continuity business. Critically, Pulsant will provide an ideal environment to support Core DataCloud’s growth, which has already seen an increase in its data volumes from 20 terabytes to 100 terabytes in 2012.

core-data-cloudCore DataCloud is one of the first UK companies to exploit EMC Isilon cluster storage system which allows it to provide innovative new solutions to a diverse range of customers that include The Scottish Ballet, the National Theatre of Scotland, CT Homes and the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. Providing an optimised environment for this advanced platform was a prime factor in its choice of Pulsant as colocation partner.

Sharad Saggar, CEO of Core DataCloud comments, “Moving our solutions to an EMC enterprise class platform was a big investment for the company. We needed to support this with the right data centre – one that could not only accommodate our existing requirements but which could provide the rack capacity needed to ramp up our operations as our business grows.

Pulsant not only offered contract flexibility, site scalability and service responsiveness, it also operates to the same ISO27001 standards as our own business and provides a guaranteed safe and secure environment for our servers.”

Saggar adds, “Pulsant also monitors the network perimeter and has systems in place to deal with power fluctuations and outages. There are maintenance teams available, if required, who are responsive and always work within consistent time frames. We can rely on Pulsant to provide ‘intelligent hands’ if we do have any issues.”

Core DataCloud’s data protection and recovery services run on purpose-built backup appliances unified with cloud storage. Pulsant provides the highly resilient, 100 per cent available operating environment to optimise performance of the company’s enterprise class business critical storage platforms. It also provides the security, monitoring services and site facilities which are important to colocation customers seeking a safe and practical location to house their equipment.

Mark Howling, CEO of Pulsant says, “For many colocation customers, like Core DataCloud, it’s not simply about providing server space. Their business is built on trust and maintaining service is mission critical. That’s why we strive to deliver a consistent, always on operating environment that is designed for efficiency, resilience and optimisation – not only at Reading but at every one of our ten UK data centres.”

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29
January
2013

Pulsant By Royal Appointment

Cloud, colocation and connectivity experts, Pulsant has been awarded a Royal Warrant as a provider of hosted IT and data centre services to the Royal Household. As one of the country’s leading independent providers of data centre services, Pulsant will join a select group of Royal Warrant holders.

Pulsant serves over 3,000 customers from its ten enterprise class, UK based datacentres, providing colocation, managed hosting, managed applications, managed networking and cloud computing services. It also has points of presence in New York, Amsterdam and Hong Kong.

Pulsant’s team of hosting experts specialise in designing and managing complex IT architecture that releases organisations of all sizes from the constraints and costs of managing their own infrastructure. In addition, the company sources 100 per cent of its energy from renewable sources.

The warrants are highly regarded as demonstrating excellence and quality, and are awarded for supplying goods or services to HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales for at least five years.

Mark Howling, CEO at Pulsant, comments: “Royal Warrants are rare and highly respected for recognising the highest standards of service, excellence and quality. Our Royal Warrant cements our commitment to delivering world-class data solutions and services, backed by our unique ‘Triple A’ service model – which ensures customers have the right ‘Access to the right people, that those people have the right Ability and can take the necessary Action’ to support them 24/7/365.”

Howling continues: “Organisations of all sizes are increasingly reliant on managing their data. We are focused on providing our clients with the best quality solutions, consultancy and services to help them be more efficient, effective and profitable.”

Pulsant has customers from a wide range of sectors, from eCommerce, digital design, eLearning and professional services to other cloud computing providers and IT application developers.

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19
December
2012

Scotland’s leading independent colocation provider, ScoLocate, acquired by Pulsant

Pulsant adds tenth data centre, strengthening its position as a leading provider of managed IT services from its own data centres in the UK

ScoLocate, Scotland’s leading independent colocation provider, has been acquired by managed cloud, hosting and connectivity expert, Pulsant. The move boosts Pulsant’s operational scale and presence in Scotland and is part of a continued strategic growth programme to become one of the UK’s leading data centre services providers.

All of ScoLocate’s existing 25 staff will join Pulsant’s 150-strong team of highly-skilled data centre services personnel, further enhancing the delivery of its managed hosting, cloud infrastructure, managed network and colocation services.

ScoLocate’s data centre in Edinburgh provides 75,000 sq ft of space and hosts over 30 telecommunication carriers, making it one of the most connected commercially available data centres outside the M25.

The acquisition represents a significant step in the continued development of Pulsant. The combined business will have 240,000 sq ft of data centre space, a total rack capacity in excess of 4,000, and will service over 3,000 public and private sector clients directly, and many thousands more indirectly.

This acquisition will bring Pulsant’s nationwide network of data centres up to 10, positioning it as a leading supplier of data centre services in the UK. The expanding network will give customers greater choice by allowing them to access multiple regional datacentres offering a range of high availability options.

As Pulsant already owns a data centre facility in Edinburgh, the addition of ScoLocate’s facility will make Pulsant the only supplier to be able to deliver services from wholly-owned dual sites in Scotland. This will allow it to better service the needs of those Scottish businesses who want to replicate systems and data securely across locations, without compromising latency.

The Pulsant management team is experienced in successful acquisition and operational integration, having formed Pulsant from the merger of Scottish company Lumison with DediPower and Blue Square Data. The further addition of ScoLocate brings the company’s combined 2012 revenue to over £40 million.

Mark Howling, CEO of Pulsant, comments, “ScoLocate is a fantastic acquisition for Pulsant – and a great fit in terms of culture, customer-centric approach and facilities. Not only does it support our business growth in Scotland, it also adds to our UK data centre presence by adding outstanding network connectivity and additional capacity. At the same time, it provides us with a strong team of like-minded, highly skilled individuals who are experts in supporting data centre services. This moves us further towards our goal of being the data centre services partner of choice for UK businesses.”

Managing Director of ScoLocate, Roy Maxwell, highlights the acquisition’s collective benefits to existing customers and staff: “As part of Pulsant, ScoLocate will be able to offer a broader range of services, and increased options for resilience, not just within Scotland but across the UK. As part of a bigger family with more resources, our Scottish team will have greater career opportunities and more scope for personal development while retaining the same dynamic, customer-focused culture which has been central to both companies’ success.”

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28
November
2012

Pulsant expands Tier 4 data centre to meet escalating demand for high availability

Milton Keynes facility gears up to support data critical enterprises migrating to colocation, managed hosting and cloud computing.

Cloud, colocation and connectivity experts, Pulsant has completed a major £3.8 million expansion at its Tier 4 data centre in Milton Keynes, bringing the site’s total capacity to 37,000 sq ft.

The expansion will support both large and small UK businesses, which rely on mission-critical data, by delivering trusted colocation, managed hosting and cloud computing services from highly resilient, high density Tier 4 level facilities. It will also provide additional space for Pulsant’s existing enterprise and large-scale financial service tenants to grow.

Mark Howling, CEO at Pulsant, comments, “This is a flagship data centre in a prime ‘out of London’ location for businesses seeking an established, high quality, highly secure and PCI compliant facility. It operates to ISO27001, supports high rack power densities up to 15Kw, is connected by a resilient, multi-carrier high speed network with 0.2ms of network latency and is within one hour of the Capital.”

Nationwide, Pulsant serves 3,000 customers from its eight UK datacentres, which range from Tier 2 to Tier 4. Current UK expansion programmes, at Milton Keynes, Reading, South London and Scotland, are adding a further 2,000 racks – ramping up the company’s UK capacity in strategic locations, where it is needed most.

Howling adds, “Many businesses, particularly in financial services, retail and enterprise sectors, as well as Software as a Service providers, are looking for Tier 4 facilities that offer the right combination of resilience, 100 per cent availability and 24/7 service. At Milton Keynes, Pulsant is able to provide flexible, cost-conscious data storage solutions that meet a broad range of needs. For those whose data is absolutely crucial for sales, CRM or business operations, our enhanced Tier 4 facilities offer unmatched resilience, performance and support to keep their websites, databases and networks live at all times. That’s why over 100 customers already trust our Milton Keynes site.”

Milton Keynes provides superior resilience through multiple utility sources, advanced power management and sophisticated operational and system monitoring; making it ideal for companies seeking secure off-site data storage or business recovery, data backup and compliance requirements. In addition, the facility is designed to minimise environmental impact as 100 per cent of its energy is from renewable and sustainable resources.

The extended data centre will also be used to provide multi-site capability for Pulsant’s recently launched Enterprise Cloud platform, designed to offer new levels of speed, efficiency and performance for customers looking to take advantage of cloud computing applications and services. Milton Keynes is diversely linked to Pulsant’s other data centre’s to provide a wide range of multi-site services including business continuity and disaster recovery.

Howling concludes, “As one of the country’s leading independent suppliers of data centre services, we are delighted to be able to invest in facilities that free enterprises from the constraints and costs of managing their own infrastructure. Our investment in Milton Keynes, once again, confirms our commitment to delivering world-class data solutions backed by outstanding support and renowned customer service.”

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6
November
2012

Pulsant helps Alzheimer Scotland connect its national support network

Cloud and hosting experts, Pulsant is providing a powerful communications backbone to link Alzheimer Scotland’s growing network of local offices to help them better support individuals, carers and communities.

Campaigning for the rights of people with dementia and their families, the charity provides an extensive range of innovative and personalised services. This requires extensive coordination between its 1,000 staff spread across 50 sites – from the most populated cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen to the remotest parts of the Highlands and Islands. Communication is vital to the delivery of these services.

Pulsant supplies a broad base of IT and networking solutions including Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony, broadband services, outsourced email and co-located servers for data storage and web hosting. In addition to connecting the charity’s local offices, Pulsant’s solution also helps support its network of community-based Dementia Advisors, the Specialist Dementia Nurse Programme and Dementia Research Centre at The University of Edinburgh, as well as its large information-filled website and 24 hour Freephone helpline.

Gus Mitchell, IT Manager, Alzheimer Scotland, explains, “We are constantly looking at ways to build on existing investment to deliver even better services for our staff and users. Pulsant offers us a range of services that we can ‘bolt on’ to enhance and extend our centralised infrastructure as it continues to evolve. Not only do they offer robust technical solutions that can accommodate the challenges of working across dispersed operations, disparate systems and remote locations, they are also able to service our business from a network and data centres in Scotland.

Mitchell adds, “Pulsant provides us with a highly personalised service whose ‘human’ approach reflects our own operational philosophy. Although we purchase their IT solutions, it is the people behind the delivery that make them stand out. They are now a valued partner that adds real value to our charity and the effectiveness of our teams.”

Mark Howling, CEO of Pulsant, states, “We are delighted to be working with Alzheimer Scotland which provides crucial care, social, information and support services for so many families and individuals. By ensuring they have access to flexible IT services as and when they need them we hope we can contribute to helping them deliver secure high-quality, personalised services for all those affected by the illness.”

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9
October
2012

Pulsant Creates New Data Centre Campus in South London

Phase one of secure, Tier 3, enterprise class facility now open for colocation clients

Cloud, hosting and colocation experts, Pulsant has completed the first phase of a £14 million, three year investment programme to create a new South London Data Centre Campus at its existing site in Croydon. Once complete, the facility will offer over 8,400m² of data centre space increasing the group total to over 34,000m², making Pulsant one of the largest private data centre operators in the UK.

Only 10 miles from London’s city centre, Pulsant’s campus site offers secure, resilient and competitively priced, high capacity data storage facilities and ultra-fast connectivity. Providing low latency connections exactly where they are needed most – close to the capital’s financial and commercial heart. All infrastructure has been designed to ensure there is no single point of failure and that customers’ data is physically secure.

Ideal for businesses in London and its immediate surrounds, the site features advanced cooling, power management and security systems. These include diverse power supplies, cold aisle containment and server pods, to optimise server performance and control costs. By 2014, it will provide eight separate data halls, supporting a total of 1,680 racks at between 2 and 10Kw per rack. As a dedicated campus site, it also offers on-site technical teams, enterprise class processes and comfortable facilities for clients’ IT staff, including; parking, rest rooms, kitchen and facilities, dedicated offices and meeting rooms.

Pulsant South London will make a considerable impact on IT provisioning for London based companies and those looking for large scale facilities to support nationwide data infrastructure. It is a unique opportunity for businesses seeking to expand their data storage but currently restricted by space, power and cost. It is also ideal for those in the process of upgrading their IT infrastructure and servers who want to optimise performance within a state of the art data centre environment.

Mark Howling, CEO at Pulsant, comments, “The scale of our facility allows customers to consume capacity to suit their requirements. Options range from single racks and cages to fully customised private data suites and even dedicated data halls. This flexibility is achieved with our funding structure and modular build process, which creates capacity options that transcend the traditional divide of retail and wholesale providers. Customers can consume on either a usage or fixed cost basis and for larger kilowatt (Kw) power requirements, which is traditionally associated with larger wholesale transactions. The key difference being that we offer extremely flexible terms whilst still maintaining a highly competitive price.”

He adds, “Only 10 miles from London’s city centre and 7 minutes from the M25, our new facility will help London based businesses keep their data close in a discreet location; giving them room to grow while achieving significant site-specific cost savings without compromising accessibility.”

Pulsant South London operates to strict ISO standards to maintain guaranteed levels of data security at all times. For those customers who operate payment processing, the data centre can support PCI DSS 2.0 compliant platforms. The entire site is contained within a highly secure, dual fenced perimeter. HD CCTV ensures access and movement is constantly monitored and manned security services operate 24/7.

Already servicing Pulsant’s existing London-based clients, Phase 1 of the facility is now available for occupation by colocation customers. Pulsant has a 25 year lease agreement, full planning consent and capital investment for all four phases of the development project which completes in 2015.

For companies with multiple site requirements, Pulsant also provides additional capacity at seven other strategic data centre locations throughout the UK. It also offers high capacity resilient interconnectivity, managed and hosted services, public and private cloud computing, application services, and full IT outsourcing.

Summary of Pulsant South London Data Centre Campus:

Facility World class data centre campus with Tier 3 resilience
Data Floor space 8,400msquared across 4 phases each with 2 halls
Capacity 1,680 racks at between 2 and 10Kw per rack
Connectivity Diverse network connectivity via Dark Fibre to multiple London points of presence with 0.2s of network latency
Cooling State of the art energy efficient cooling technology,with target PUE 1.3 at full hall capacity
Redundancy Minimum of 2N across all major components
Continuity Back-up generators with emergency re-fuelling contracts in place
Fire Prevention VESDA fire detection and FM200 suppression system
Security 24hr manned security, CCTV and intruder alarms
System Monitoring 24hr network and environmental monitoring
Control Advanced access control systems
Access On-site parking and easy road, rail access to London andthe M25 corridor
Client facilities Test suites, dedicated offices, kitchen and rest room facilities

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18
July
2012

Pulsant Helps Support 7IM’s Award-Winning* Investment Services

Networking & Colocation Services Help Drive Innovative Financial Solutions and High Levels of Customer Service

Cloud and hosting experts, Pulsant are helping specialist investment management company, Seven Investment Management Ltd (7IM), build the service orientated technology platforms that are crucial to the delivery of its award-winning financial solutions.

Providing trusted advice, techniques, tools and processes for private investors and IFAs, 7IM’s professional team requires secure, high performance infrastructure to support its client assets of over £4 billion. It uses a variety of flexible IT services from Pulsant including cloud, colocation, networking and high speed internet connections to optimise its systems, ensure resilience and create operational efficiencies at its offices in Edinburgh and London.

Service standards are also crucial for 7IM, whose business is founded on a customer-centric approach that it also expects from key partners like Pulsant.

Graham Stott, IT Director at 7IM explains, “We founded 7IM ten years ago with the intention of creating an investment management company we would trust with the life savings of our family and friends. We wanted a common sense approach, institutional techniques and process for private investors and transparent charges for investments. By providing much of the glue that holds our own technical services together, Pulsant has helped us to do this – enabling us to remain competitive without compromising service.”

“For example, by co-locating our high density server racks with Pulsant, we have access to secure enterprise class datacentre facilities without unnecessary capital expense. Pulsant has also helped us to reduce our operational costs through the installation of a WAN, which eliminates the heavy call costs between our Edinburgh and London sites, and the use of high speed internet connections to support our data intense virtualised platforms. This is vital to help us manage costs which help us comply with the ‘Capital Adequacy’ standards required by the FSA without overburdening our business.”

Security is also vital for 7IM. It is required to undergo extensive auditing and penetration testing to ensure its systems are safe. Stott confirms, “Our last test revealed just how secure our system was. The auditors couldn’t find a way to infiltrate the system at our end or at Pulsant’s. We cannot fault the security of their connections.”

Mark Howling, CEO of Pulsant says, “7IM is a prime example of how Pulsant’s flexible, broad based IT services can benefit SMBs whose business and service models often rely on IT-availability. Even the most technically literate companies, may need additional support to help them overcome cost, operational or resource issues so they can respond quickly to changing customer needs and continue to thrive in increasingly competitive markets.”

*7IM’s recent awards include: Financial Adviser ‘Five Star’ Service Award 2012; Moneyfacts Best Wrap Platform and Best Investment Services 2011; Fast 50 Investment Manager of the Year 2011; Aberdeen Best Investment Management Platform 2011.

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1
March
2011

Lumison begins ‘buy & build’ strategy

Lumison, the UK provider of connectivity, hosting and managed IT services, that was acquired by Bridgepoint Development Capital in October 2010, has made its first acquisition, Blue Square Data, a data centre based provider of colocation services.

BlueSquare Data, acquired in a transaction with an initial consideration of £22 million, operates data centres in Maidenhead and Milton Keynes, providing a high quality environment in which customers can locate their servers in facilities with highly resilient power, cooling and network connectivity and high levels of security. It also provides customers with well trained on-site engineers to deal with fault diagnosis, software and hardware issue resolution and server installation and racking, as well as the ability to carry out technical project work.

Lumison executive chairman Mark Howling said: “The acquisition of BlueSquare Data will more than treble the rack capacity we can now offer our customers and extends our catchment area of potential customers across the UK. Importantly, it means that our aim of creating a fully integrated, high quality, medium-sized services provider that can provide the full range of IT and network services that medium sized organisations need, has taken an important step forward.”

Bridgepoint Development Capital estimates that the total UK data centre hosting market is worth c.£15 billion and is growing at more than 10% per annum, driven by growth in data volumes and the trend towards companies outsourcing hosting requirements to third parties as the scale and complexity of these activities exceeds their internal IT capabilities.

According to Alan Payne, partner of Bridgepoint Development Capital, the original aim in acquiring Lumison, was for it to become the platform for further growth to which, through selective acquisition and organic growth, a broader and deeper range of services could be added.

“Data centres are scarce assets and the acquisition of BlueSquare Data not only allows Lumison to tap further into a large and rapidly growing market but also fits perfectly into our overall ‘buy and build’ strategy for its broader expansion within the important SME IT services market.” he said.

Additional equity funding for the transaction was provided by Bridgepoint Development Capital and Lumison’s incumbent bank HSBC extended existing facilities to provide further senior debt. Advisers involved in this transaction included: for Lumison – Travers Smith (legal), Deloitte (accounting due diligence), CIL (commercial due diligence), Regent (corporate finance); for BlueSquare Data management – Hogan Lovells (legal).

Further Information

Bridgepoint Development Capital (‘BDC’) provides funding to businesses headquartered in France, the Nordic region and the UK, typically buyouts valued up to €150 million. BDC has a team of 14 investment professionals wholly dedicated to its investment activity and operating from offices in London, Paris and Stockholm.

It is part of Bridgepoint, the international private equity group, which invests in businesses valued between €200 million and €1 billion across Europe, from a network of eight offices in Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Stockholm and Warsaw.

Lumison is a leading IT and datacentre service provider, supporting mid market and enterprise customers throughout the UK. Founded in 1995, Lumison is one of the few business-class IT service providers to own and manage its own Tier III datacentre facilities, providing high quality IP network, co-location and managed application hosting services.

Innovation and investment is key to the Lumison service model. The past 5 years of investment in the latest technology and service has yielded the 2007 ISPAs Best IP Telephony Provider, Nomination in three ISPA categories for best broadband, email and VoIP, and becoming a finalist at the 2010 BCS IT Excellence Awards for its Private Cloud services.

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