Strategic partnership with CoreSite

CoreSite have 20 strategically located data centres in eight top U.S. telecommunications markets.

Their deployment options include cabinets, cages, private suites and computer rooms and build-to-suit options are available.

They have over 375 networks and 300+ cloud/IT service providers across their portfolio, and provide access to leading peering exchanges, including their own Any2Exchange platform for Internet peering.

Access to multiple cloud services such as AWS Direct Connect, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute and SoftLayer direct Link in all eight markets is also available.

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About CoreSite

CoreSite have been operating since 2001, and has been listed on the NYSE since 2009.

The company began with ownership of the One Wilshire building in Los Angeles, which is one of the most connected POPs in the world.

They have 1000+ customers including some of the most well-known cloud, content, carrier and mobile providers plus all of the top 12 global IP transit providers.

CoreSite boast that more than 75% of U.S. businesses are covered within five milliseconds from their facilities.

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World Connectivity

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 popped 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.

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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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