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Onyx Group is to invest £1m upgrading the core infrastructure at its Stockton-based data centres and networks business.
Onyx Group has acquired Knowledge IT, the Wearside-based IT support firm, taking its headcount to 170.
Onyx Group is considering potential sites across central Scotland for a new data centre, and will also expand its existing site in Edinburgh.
Onyx Group has acquired a 12,000 sq ft data centre in Slough, taking its network to six sites.
Onyx Group, the Stockton-based data centre firm with ten sites nationwide, has undergone a £27m management buy-out backed by ISIS Equity Partners, and a further £15m will be used for acquisitions.
Onyx Group has acquired a new 22,000 sq ft data centre near Rotherham, taking its total number of sites to five.
Onyx Group is to invest £2m in the expansion of its risk management and data security operations in Scotland this year, including a new recovery centre near Glasgow Airport and the creation of 15 jobs.
Onyx Group has acquired Moffatt Communications, the London-based provider of IT services to hedge funds, for undisclosed terms.
Onyx is to open a second £5m data centre in Edinburgh in September, with the creation of ten engineering jobs.
Onyx Group has acquired Dundas IT, the Edinburgh-based IT services firm.
Onyx Group has acquired Campbell Lee, the Glasgow-based IT services firm, for undisclosed terms, taking its total workforce to about 100.
Onyx Group is to set up a £2m disaster recovery centre in Gateshead by July, creating ten jobs and providing managed workspace for up to 200 people.
Onyx Group has acquired Teesside-based Business Continuity Centres for undisclosed terms, as part of a strategy to set up disaster recovery centres on Tyneside and Teesside in 2007.
Onyx Group is looking to create up to 200 new jobs at its Middlesbrough-based internet solutions business over the next few years, in order to help US-based NCR Incorporated launch a radio frequency identification network in the UK.
Onyx Group, the Middlesbrough-based internet company with 42 staff, has undergone a management buy-out and is considering plans for a flotation within two years.