Work has already begun to install racks into the almost-completed Phase One section of the new datacentre.
The three tiered cable holders run the firm's dedicated fibre (yellow) wires, copper (red) and the carrier dedicated fibre on the top (silver).
Reams of racks are awaiting deployment into the new Phase One section of the building.
From a central control room the site's engineers can monitor the performance of the site and be alerted to any issues as and when they arise.
Four of these battery banks are found per section to offer redundancy backup of 3.6 megawatts to ensure the site is always online.
Phases two, three and four remain unfinished but the firm expects to have them all online by 2013.
An image from the company's LD4 datacentre just 300 metres away showing what each phase in the new LD5 location will eventually look like.
V3.co.uk visited the Slough LD5 datacentre site. You can read the full article here.