Telehouse expands London data centre by further 1000m2 of available colocation space

Telehouse has released an additional floor with 1000m² of available space at Telehouse West. The state-of-the-art data centre facility is located in London’s East India Dock adjacent to its existing sites North and East.

Telehouse West was opened in 2010 and has rapidly met the demands of UK and multinational corporations for high-capacity, price-competitive secure London data centre space.

In addition to offering their own cloud services ‘Telecloud’ with parent company KDDI, Telehouse are hosting some of the world’s most prolific cloud providers in Telehouse West due to its highly reliable infrastructure and connectivity to over 400 ISPs, carriers and Internet Exchanges.

Michelle Reid, Sales and Marketing Director, Telehouse, stated: “One of the key reasons corporations choose Telehouse is because of our ability to provide a flexible and custom-built data centre solution within our facilities. Strategic CIOs recognise our strengths, which is why hundreds of customers stay committed to Telehouse with relationships surpassing 10 or 15 years of service.”

“In addition to this approach, we offer the widest portfolio of products and services in the data centre market. Through our relationship with parent company KDDI, a major telco and ICT provider, which also owns CDNetworks and DMX Technologies, we are able to fully manage the entire ICT infrastructure for our clients. We can ensure a seamless service for their business-critical applications, by managing the housing, security, connectivity, integration and delivery of their data.”

Telehouse West can offer power capacity between 2 to 10kW per rack over shared, dedicated, hot & cold aisle containment and high-density areas. Telehouse West in total is a 19,000 sqm data centre facility.

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