Mercury Power reaches 10-year milestone

Mercury Power, a leading provider of innovative data centre solutions headquartered in Redhill, Surrey, has marked its 10th year in business.

The business, which supports the data centre industry, has operations in Southampton and Burnley. It has grown to employ over 30 staff covering operations, engineers, project managers and administration support.

Mercury Power’s services include the design, build, optimisation and ongoing management and support of all mission critical infrastructure, including mechanical and electrical systems, server rooms, communications rooms and data centres.

Mercury Power sales director Stuart Farmer said: “It seems fitting that we are celebrating our 10th year with a record-breaking year of new client wins in 2023.

“Over the last decade, we have grown into one of the leading providers of critical solutions to the data centre industry, and I’m incredibly proud of our team and what we have achieved.”

Stuart added: “Our success has come from having a constant focus on quality and ensuring that we stay on top of advances in technology.

“We are facing a period of rapid change, with generative AI pushing the boundaries of existing infrastructure. It is an exciting time for our industry as we see investment from the global players all the way through to the UK-wide data centres and regional players.

“As we look ahead to next year, we are focused on recruiting the very best talent to grow our business and meet the demand for our services from new clients.”

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