New AI datacentre coming to London's Docklands

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Tom Allen
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New AI datacentre coming to London's Docklands

A new datacentre, specifically designed for AI workloads, is being built in London’s Docklands.

The developer, Ada Infrastructure, has secured planning permission from the Newham Strategic Development Committee to build the new facility at the Royal Docks, near the ExCeL Centre. Set to bec...

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