All the benefits of scale, security and expertise from a world-class global infrastructure.
John Director, Datacenter Operations
There is no denying the importance of geographic proximity when it comes to colocation, but other factors should also be considered in the decision-making process. One colocation datacenter is not like the next, especially when device, networking and infrastructure technologies become more complex. You need to know what, other than location, a facility has to offer for your primary and possibly secondary environments.
With ten PEER 1 Hosting Colocation datacenters located in North America — and one more in the UK — we easily answer the question of geographic convenience to business centres and major Internet Exchange Points (IXPs). We also address all of the other important issues that you should be considering when reviewing colocation facilities, including:
We’ve built the datacenters and backbone you would build — so you don’t have to build, manage and pay for it all yourself.
Together, our Colocation facilities, 10Gbps FastFiber Network™, datacenter engineers, network engineers and in-house 24x7x365 Network Operations Center (NOC) can help your IT department realise tangible and considerable savings in budget, time and resources.
Fully owned and managed by PEER 1 Hosting, our global infrastructure ensures the highest levels of professionalism, responsiveness and convenience for your business.
Multiple redundancies in security, power, cooling and networking mitigate the impact of natural or man-made disasters that could impact the infrastructure behind your environment.
Your business does not have to invest in technological advances in your in-house hosting facilities and infrastructure to remain competitive. Instead, that money can be allocated to revenue-driving activities.
Quarter cabinets, half cabinets, full cabinets, pods and customisable cages — however large or complex your environment is now, or will be in future – we can accommodate you. And your business doesn’t have to pay for in-house datacenter upgrades and expansion.