State-of-the-art data centre on CMP's premises

The Öresund region's biggest and most secure open data centre is now being established on CMP's premises. The company Bredband2 is establishing a new business in the Royal Swedish Navy's former communication centre in Malmö.

In the new data centre Bredband2 will be offering its customers establishment of web servers, e-mail and other systems critical to operations, together with the relevant night services. The data centre was originally adapted to the stringent requirements of the Swedish Armed Forces. This gives it unique features in terms of security and future‑proof operation for Bredband2's customers.

"We are delighted to be welcoming Bredband2 as a new tenant on our premises in Malmö. The premises offer excellent opportunities for an IT business, and Bredband2 is the very type of company we want to collaborate with on this tenancy," says Göran Sjöström, CMP's commercial manager.

Bredband2 is a national supplier of fast, user-friendly broadband services using fibre-based networks, covering an area from Trelleborg in the south to Kiruna in the north. The company is one of Sweden's biggest suppliers of fibre access, with over 100,000 broadband customers.

Green technology

The centre is being built in the Port of Malmö, and there is a big emphasis on green technology. It is estimated that it will be completed by autumn 2012, and it will have the latest technology for data-centres and will accommodate over 300 cabinets.

"We are absolutely delighted to have found these unique premises, which both geographically and functionally are ideally suited to our new investment in data centres. In conjunction with this we will also be increasing our investment in data centres in both Stockholm and Umeå," says Daniel Krook, Bredband2's CEO.

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