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His role is to help grow new client business at a regional and national level for Stellium’s sustainable colocation and global connectivity services. James brings 25 years of working successfully in the technology sector including ten years at Tier 1 operator Verizon selling colocation and connectivity solutions and services.
“Stellium offers huge business development potential and is an attractive proposition for a wide range of organisations, from fast-growing SMEs and major corporates to the public sector and the global hyperscalers,” said James Cooper. “I am very motivated by my new role and look forward to seizing this opportunity.”
Ed Bissell, Sales Director added: “We are delighted to have James on board with his proven industry experience and successful business development track-record. This is an exciting time to be in the data centre business and we are totally focused on making Stellium’s world-class campus the data centre of choice in the North as well as a compelling alternative to London.”
James Cooper and Ed Bissel will join the Submarine Networks EMEA event on May 31st to June 1st in London. As the cable landing station for the latest submarine fibre cables connecting the UK to the USA and mainland Europe, Stellium offers sustainable colocation utilising 100% REGO certified renewable power and global low-latency connectivity services. Additionally, Stellium owns a 40 km carrier-neutral metropolitan area optical fibre network (MAN), complementing the Newcastle City high speed network and supporting the Northeast’s digital economy by enabling local full fibre network (LFFN) and 5G services and is the home of the Newcastle Internet Exchange (NCL-IX).