Telecity Group plc (formerly TelecityRedbus and before that Telecity), (LSE: TCY) is a European carrier-neutral datacentre and Colocation centre provider.
It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250, techMARK and FTSE4Good indices.
The Company was founded by Mike Kelly from Manchester University in 1998.
At that time 3i Group made an investment of £24m in the Company.
In 2000 it was first listed on the London Stock Exchange.
In 2005 the Company acquired Redbus Interhouse, a rival business, and in 2006 it bought the European assets of the US-based Globix Corporation.
In 2005 it was taken private by 3i Group and Oak Hill and in 2007 it was once again listed on the London Stock Exchange in a new flotation.
In August 2010 TelecityGroup acquired Internet Facilitators Limited (IFL), a provider of carrier neutral data centres in Manchester.