The Driving Force Behind Data Solutions
Viderium Limited is a company which specialises in a variety of data solutions, including the creation and operation of data centre to facilitate high-performance computing (HPC).
Data Centres have grown as an emerging asset class, with dynamic characteristics that attract investor recognition. Data centres are facilities used to house computer systems and associated components, such as storage systems and telecommunications. They generally include security devices, redundant data communications connections, backup power supplies and environmental controls (e.g. fire suppression and air conditioning).
Technical real estate, like data centres, can be attractive to property investors as a hybrid investment. It has many of the characteristics of traditional property, including long- term contracts and recurring revenues, but with the added bonus of rapid growth prospects given the dynamics of computer, web and telecommunications storage needs. The sector has been described as “...a real estate investment with a technical twist...”
Latest Viderium News
- Viderium Keflavík Site Visit
CEO Ross Archer visits the Keflavík site.
- Viderium Director’s Talk Inspires Leading Business Professionals at CIPD Conference
Viderium company director, CEO and Johnson Research Partner Ross Archer gives a talk on motivational techniques used by businesses and entrepreneurs for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Conference at Kensington’s Millennium Gloucester Hotel.
- Viderium Team Continues to Grow
As the business continues to expand and develop we welcome 2 new key members to the management team.
- Company Chairman Talks at London LuxPro Event
Serial entrepreneur and Viderium company Chairman Alexander Johnson presented at LuxPro’s London Event in the Knightsbridge Bulgari Hotel yesterday evening.
- Why Data Centre Investments Are Only Set to Rise
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