Global data centre and critical environment specialist Keysource has won a contract extension from Royal Holloway, University of London, to support the campus’s data centre estate.
The award builds on a 10-year relationship during which Keysource has provided critical infrastructure services for the college. Under the terms of the two-year extension, Keysource will provide a comprehensive critical FM solution, supporting the university’s entire data centre estate with a four-hour response to the site, guaranteeing maximum responsiveness during the university’s busiest times.
Keysource will also manage a coordinated, planned preventative maintenance programme with accurate and detailed records to ensure equipment and service uptime while identifying potential problem areas. This will provide easy access to key data, meaning that all stakeholders will have transparency of issues affecting health, safety, environmental and statutory compliance.
Daren Bezants, the university‘s head of maintenance, said: “Keysource has been a trusted adviser for many years and understands our priorities and service expectations.”
Luke Brimelow, Keysource’s key account manager, added: “Throughout our partnership… we have ensured that all end users are provided with well-run on-campus data centre facilities as an absolute priority.”