colocation services

Colocation services

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Buyers of colocation services are now commonly interested in far more than simply letting 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. Simply complete and submit this form*, and you will have access to this industry leading report from Gartner.

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basic requirements for power and space

Basic requirements for power and space

Basic requirements for power and space

Core components of colocation contracts are total power capacity needed (measured in kW), floor space required (often estimated in number of racks or cabinets), and power densities required per rack (measured in kW). Verify requirements by reviewing data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) tools and/or onboard system management information, or measure the existing power draw for those systems on your data center floor using manual methods. Consider historic growth patterns, potential technology changes (e.g., increased use of virtualisation, reduced power required by flash storage) and the influence of strategies such as cloud adoption.

Carrier neutral colocation services

Carrier neutral colocation

Carrier neutral colocation

We provide rich and often diverse range of carriers that reside within the data centre to provide internet and WAN connectivity to customers. Interconnectivity between organisations within the facility is provided by the colocation provider.

Our global network

Be part of our global network

Be part of our global network

You can establish connections with a simple cross connect to providers already within our estate, increasing performance, reducing latency and adding secure, resilient connections to the cloud.