Colt DCS colocation services allows your business to store, protect and access critical data and equipment simply and cost-effectively at one of our secure carrier-neutral data centres.

From a single rack to a fully dedicated hall, Colt DCS colocation services can provide you with a flexible solution that suits your requirements now, and as your business evolves tomorrow.

Award winning data centres with unrivalled security and connectivity

As a leading colocation services provider, we operate 29 data centres in Europe and Asia.

In Europe we serve 11 major countries, covering 56,000 sqm² of operational space connected by Colt’s extensive pan-European network.

We provide the facilities to house your IT hardware, allowing you to focus on looking after your core business.

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World Connectivity

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With Colt DCS, you’re connected to the world

  • Amazon Web Services
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • IBM Softlayer
  • Leading Internet Exchanges for peering

Colt DCS offers an average of ten carriers in each data centre and access to many more at each site.

With more than 29 state-of-the-art datacenters in key European and Asian cities, Colt DCS can meet a wide range of local and International colocation connectivity needs.

Our data centres are magnets for enterprises needing to connect to the cloud, or out into other markets, carriers seeking to connect with enterprises and other carriers, and service providers looking to tap into new areas of demand and deliver cloud.

Gartner Best Practices

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Gartner Best Practices for Selecting a Colocation Provider

Buyers of colocation services are now commonly interested in far more than simply leasing space. In addition to traditional facility differentiators (eg: power density and resilience), other services (such as interconnection capabilities and managed services) enable colocation to play a more strategic role in global infrastructure delivery and network design.

However, as no two data centre facilities or providers are the same, I&O leaders must approach the colocation market using a structured approach that considers long-term data center strategy, opportunities for consolidation, and the use of a robust framework to determine appropriate suppliers and facilities.

This complimentary Gartner best practice research provides a three-step process and key considerations for selecting colocation facilities and vendors.

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