The Future’s Brightsolid For Dundee Data Centre

by Laura Berry

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

brightsolid PR photographyData centre nets PR Scotland in Dundee news.

brightsolid Online Technology has appeared in The Courier with news that its Scottish data will play host to the first home north of the border of an innovative root server.

The firm which has recently partnered with IBM to create a 100 rack data centre in Dundee, will now host an ICANN root server, which will improve efficeincy and global connectivity for internet users in Scotland.

Root servers play a critical role in the internet’s infrastructure called the Domain Name System.

Coverage was secured in The Courier as part of a targetted PR campaign carried out by public relations experts Holyrood Partnership on behalf of brightsolid.

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