4D Data Centres claims top prize at Data Centre World Awards


4D Data Centres, a leading UK-based data centre operator and infrastructure management provider, has been named Best Data Centre Operator at this year’s Data Centre World Awards. This accolade recognises the business as a data centre that delivers its SLAs without compromising resilience or performance.

The company was named a winner at the ceremony, which is part of Data Centre World London and held at London’s ExCeL yesterday (Wednesday).

In winning the award, 4D has proved itself to be a data centre that delivers its SLAs without affecting resilience or performance, even while changing the way it worked throughout the pandemic. Judges highlighted these effective communication methods, where keeping staff and clients safe became a priority and uptime or 24/7 access was undisrupted.

Jack Bedell-Pearce, co-founder and CEO of 4D Data Centres, said: “We are delighted to see all our hard work has been recognised at the Data Centre World Awards. It is a real testament to the whole team’s efforts last year, which included creating a new portal to provide increased functionality and visibility for customers, as well as a one-stop shop for everything needed to manage their systems.

“We’re proud to be a people-focused data centre operator, which always prioritises delivering the best possible service to our customers 24/7, 365 days a year. This support is trusted by our customers when it comes to any maintenance or repairs they may need.”

Reliability and problem solving have always been at the heart of 4D, with a focus on upskilling and training engineers to ensure its data centres are equipped with a high level of expertise.

As soon as a new engineer joins the company, they join a rigorous internal programme which gives them a range of certifications depending on their specialism, including CompTIA A+, CompTIA Server+, CompTIA Cloud+ and CompTIA Network+. 4D’s efforts to build a skilled and capable workforce is what earned it Microsoft Silver Partner status.

Now in its second year, the Data Centre Awards aim to reward businesses across the sector for innovative and leading achievements across various categories. They are focused on critical industry objectives and represent the highest standard of relevance and recognition.

The awards ceremony took place at Data Centre World on March 2 this year, which has long been the venue for displaying and exhibiting the best the industry provides, whether it is service systems or products.

For more information on the awards and this year’s winners, visit https://www.datacentreworld.com/data-centre-world-awards-2022