We’re a leading provider of cloud- and carrier-neutral colocation data centres in Europe. We support over 1,400 customers through 36 data centres across 11 countries.
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We recognise that different industry sectors have differing business needs, which in turn influence what you want from a data centre partner. Follow the links to find out more about our support for businesses like yours.
Read more about each of the countries we’re based in and each city’s data centres here.
By colocating your ICT infrastructures in a third party data centre, you can quickly achieve the flexibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness to effectively support your business plans.
Carrier-neutral colocation gives you access to the widest range of connectivity providers, so you can select the right connectivity for your business.
Learn about the colocation services we offer in our state-of-the-art data centres.
Choose from over 500 carriers & 20 internet exchanges.
Test Labs are a proof-of-concept environment within our data centres, where you can test different scenarios—risk free—and be confident of meeting the demands of the real world when you launch.
Before their merger with NASDAQ in 2008, OMX Group (then OM technology) found a responsive, well-connected data centre partner to help them expand their London data and trading operations.Click here to find out more
Given their expertise, CSC were capable of building their own data centre.Click here to find out why they chose us
SoftLayer’s European expansion had to be fast and smooth.Click here to find out why they chose Interxion to ensure their success
Arthur de Pauw, Technical Director at Amaris, speaks about the importance of having a large variety of connectivity options.Learn how Interxion meets these demands
Harald Summa from DE-CIX explains how Interxion Frankfurt is at the heart of the connectivity cloud and gives his view on where he believes the internet will be in 10 years’ time.Listen to hear what he has to say
Choose from over 500 carriers & 20 internet exchanges
Data centres in 11 countries across Europe.
Communities of customers, partners and suppliers.
Industry-leading service, designed around customer needs.
Leading the way in design, build, operation and maintenance.
Constant innovation to reduce our carbon footprint.
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Scalability to suit you in our data centres
What is a data centre?
A data centre is a dedicated space where companies can keep and operate most of the ICT infrastructure that supports their business. This would be the servers and storage equipment that run application software and process and store data and content. For some companies this might be a simple cage or rack of equipment, for others it could be a room housing a few or many cabinets, depending on the scale of their operation.
The space will typically have a raised floor with cabling ducts running underneath to feed power to the cabinets and carry the cables that connect the cabinets together.
The environment is controlled in terms of areas such as temperature & humidity, both to ensure the performance and the operational integrity of the systems within. Facilities will generally include power supplies, backup power, chillers, cabling, fire and water detection systems and security controls.
Data centres can be in-house, located in a company’s own facility, or outsourced with equipment being colocated at a third-party site. Outsourcing does not necessarily mean relinquishing control of your equipment – it can be as simple as finding the right place to house that equipment.