Pure Data Centres Group specialises in the design, build and operation of world-class ‘white label’ and build-to-suit data centres from 1-100+MW in emerging markets and edge locations across the globe. Our solutions are typically provided on an OpEx, pay-as-you-grow basis, against a long-term flexible expansion plan for the client.
Our accomplished management team averages 20 years’ mission-critical operational experience and our ethos is based on the core principles of Availability, Service and Integrity. We are a business focused on certainty of outcomes and endeavour to become a trusted partner to those who would otherwise build and operate their own facilities. www.puredc.global
Why Pure Data Centres Group joined iMasons Founding Partner Program
The success of Pure’s business is dependent on developing and retaining a workforce of skilled professionals to design, build and operate world-class data centres to international best practice expectations, often in under-served markets. We therefore see great benefit in collaborating with iMasons to accelerate the development of talent and expertise in the digital infrastructure industry.
We are delighted to be able to give back by sharing our leadership experience with our peers on the iMasons Advisory Council. We also see the opportunity to move the industry forward by taking a lead role in establishing Local Editions to help facilitate the sharing of knowledge, expanding networks and developing professional relationships.
Partner Advisory Council Member
Martin Lynch has over 30 years’ experience leading mission-critical and development projects and businesses in the IT, Telecoms and outsourcing sectors.
Prior to founding Pure, Martin founded Infinity SDC Ltd, leading it to become one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK. Under Martin’s leadership, Infinity won some of the largest data centre contracts in Europe, operating the core infrastructure for some of the most demanding clients in the world. Martin developed Europe’s first Tier IV data centre (only the 6th in the world) and led Infinity to win multiple awards for design innovation and energy efficiency. This experience led to the development of the Pure Data Centres Universal Data Hall model to ensure efficiency of delivery, operation and cost. Anywhere.
In 2012, Martin established iCITY London (now Here East) to transform the 1,000,000 square foot Olympic Park press and broadcast centre into a major innovation and technology hub creating 8,000 jobs to fulfil the Olympic employment legacy promise. Prior to establishing Infinity, Martin had led the $800m Customer Connectivity and CPE (C3) business globally for Concert, a joint venture between BT and MCI.