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Technology firm ANS Group is investing £8 million on a new data centre, a move which will create 100 jobs.

Turnover at ANS Group has grown by 60 per cent to reach £47 million in the year to 31 March, up from £29.4 million in 2011.

Manchester-based software firm ANS Group is planning to withdraw from the PLUS market.

ANS Group, the Manchester and London based Cisco, NetApp and VMware infrastructure specialist has today acquired the entire issued share capital of Alpha Business Computers Limited (“Alpha”) for a consideration of approximately £4.85 million, funded from ANS’s cash reserves.

ANS Group, the Manchester and London based Cisco, NetApp and VMware infrastructure specialist has today acquired the entire issued share capital of Alpha Business Computers Limited (“Alpha”) for a consideration of approximately £4.85 million, funded from ANS’s cash reserves.

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