BRITISH data centre operator
The company, which targets the top end of the market from prime city-centre locations, said yesterday that demand from sectors such as e-retail and video streaming services remained robust, and it expected 2014 revenue of £355m to £362m, up from £325.6m in 2013.
"We will continue to grow the company, with a strong focus on value creation through profitable growth, disciplined capital allocation and returns to shareholders," said chief executive
Tobin said a shortlist had been drawn up but it could be a few more weeks before an appointment.
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