The Channel Islands Data Center Expands eGaming to Benefit

Published Wednesday, December 08, 2010 -

According to, Offshore IT services provider, Itex will grow 100 percent in capacity in order to accommodate the growing demands from the jurisdiction.
The current data storage location at Braye Road, St. Sampson’s will be renovated to suit the future needs for data capacity for eGaming, the financial services sector and the management of many commercial enterprises. The Channel Islands are an ideal location with a very secure and reliable infrastructure.

Managing Director of Itex Guernsey, Richard Parker, commented on the increase in capacity, “We are seeing increasing interest in our IT hosting from the UK and further a field, on account of Guernsey’s improving infrastructure and technical expertise. This is in addition to a variety of locally based businesses taking advantage of the facilities and business efficiencies on offer, from hosting computer equipment to an expanding catalogue of managed IT services.”

As many companies are doing in the information age Itex will partner around the globe on the research and development of “Cloud Computing.” Offshore jurisdictions are an ever changing situation that needs specifically tailored solutions and Cloud Computing is one of them. Itex intends to develop the new technology that will give organizations to ability to access and pay for data storage and recovery services. This is the latest process that allows quick starts and scaling without large capital for hardware.
The expansion of the Itex facility and it’s new connectivity will enable a global as well as local Cloud services.
Director of eCommerce Development, Alderney eGambling, Robin Le Prevost, said, “Alderney’s fiscal package is the most advantageous amongst all onshore and offshore jurisdictions and the technical infrastructure is cutting edge and substantial - currently supporting some the largest e-gambling companies in the world and capable of supporting the top 50 companies with ease.”




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