Interxion’s colocation service provides you with a home for your IT infrastructure. It enables enterprises of all sizes to move privately-owned servers and networking equipment out of on-premise installation and into our facilities.

By colocating your infrastructure in our facilities, you join a digital hub allowing you to connect directly to internet exchanges and all major public cloud providers to develop and launch digital services to meet business needs.

Our team will work with you to understand your specific needs and will tailor a solution around your requirements – from an entire hall, to secure private cages to single cabinets.

Colocation with Interxion

Colocation with Interxion gives customers full control of their IT infrastructure to remain sustainable, cost efficient and flexible.



Why Colocation?


To carriers, ISPs, cloud providers and internet exchanges


99.999% uptime, 24x7 operations, 5 layers of security

Minimise capex

Grow your business without undertaking heavy up-front costs

disaster recovery
Disaster recovery

Robust business continuity and recovery strategies


Full control over business-critical IT infrastructure


Three interconnected data centres to drive digital transformation

Why Interxion + Colocation capabilities



Our colocation data centres provide you with the option to scale up or down. We have room for everything including individual cabinets, cages, and private rooms with 99.999% SLAs for availability making sure that your business is safe and secure.  



Energy is a fundamental component of the services we deliver to our customers. Our partnership with Ekkosense allows our customers to contribute in reducing energy system usage thus reducing carbon emissions and cutting waste.  



Our colocation data centres are designed with hot and cold aisle facilities to ensure that your equipment is maintained and monitored in a climate-controlled environment with innovative cooling solutions like Ekkosense.  



Five layers of physical security, 24/7 security staff and access control systems giving you the option of cages and private rooms for even greater security.

Colocation Facilities Map


Unit 35, Lavery Avenue, Park West Business Park, D12 WY98
Phone: + 353 (0) 1 4344 900

Unit 24, Hume Avenue, Park West Business Park, Dublin D12 YY88
Phone: + 353 (0) 1 4344 900

Grange Castle Business Park South Old, New Nangor Road, Dublin 22, D22 NN24
Phone: + 353 (0) 1 4344 900

Blanchardstown Corporate Park, Dublin, D15 CXE2
Phone: + 44 (0)207 9100


What accreditations do Interxion colocation services have?

We hold several accreditations with BSI including ISO 22301 in Business Continuity Management and ISO/IEC 27001 in Information Security Management (BCMS 560099). 

What technical support is available for my colocation services?

Our team includes sector specialists as well as technical hands-on support with our IT engineers.

What is colocation?

Colocation is the sharing of a data centre facility owned by a colocation provider, with servers belonging to businesses that lease the space.

Why have a colocation data centre?

Colocation allows businesses to expand their IT infrastructure off-premise without the need to build their own facilities. Colocating with Interxion offers enterprise level bandwidth, power, cooling, and connectivity at a reasonable cost.

Is cloud more secure than on premise?

Both solutions have the potential to be vulnerable to attack. Cloud services with Interxion offer secure, dedicated routes to the cloud minimising the attack surface significantly. On-premise often lacks physical security measures necessary to restrict access to bad actors on site. 

What are colocation cabinets?

Colocation cabinets provide individual storage for multiple servers in the same rack. At Interxion, each section can be secured with your own locks for added security.

What is colocation hosting?

Colocation hosting is a service offered by a colocation facility in which the provider is responsible for management of the physical data centre, including power, cooling, and redundancies for both, and leases the space to businesses. Businesses host their owned servers in the space provided by the colocation provider.