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Established in 1989, Telehouse became Europe’s first purpose-built, neutral data centre provider by opening its famous London data centre Telehouse North. Headquartered in London, UK, Telehouse has since grown to become one of the largest, global data centre providers, operating a network of 48 data centres in 24 strategic locations in the EMEA, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region that cover all major commercial and financial hubs, meaning that you are never too far from Telehouse premium data centres.
The Telehouse London data centres have become the site for Europe’s first carrier-neutral colocation facility, the home to the London Internet Exchange (LINX), as well as a backbone for the global internet network. Today, Telehouse operates four data centres in London – three at its Docklands campus in East London consisting of Telehouse North (opened 1990), Telehouse East (opened 1999) and Telehouse West (opened 2010) as well as Telehouse Metro (opened 1997) located near Silicon Roundabout in the City of London. In 2014 we announced the construction of Telehouse North Two, taking the total to five. Together with KDDI Europe, Telehouse can provide end-to-end ICT solutions including managed services, integrated communications services, virtualisation services, content management and system security services as well as disaster recovery services on the same site.

Telehouse North Specifications
Opened in 1990, it was the first purpose-built colocation data centre in Europe. Telehouse North has been the primary home of the London Internet Exchange since 1994 and continues to be one of the most heavily connected data centres in the world.

  • Date of opening – 1990
  • Colocation size – 9,717sqm
  • Power per rack – 1 to 3kW
  • Number of Carriers – 101
  • 4 x generators with N+1 redundancy
  • 15 mins of UPS battery supply with N+1

Power

  • Average power per rack – 1 to 3kW
  • 3 x multiple diverse power route incoming feeds
  • 4 x Generators with N +1 redundancy
  • 15 mins of UPS battery autonomy with N+1 or N+N redundancy depending on location

Connectivity

  • Carrier neutral facility offering customers freedom of choice
  • Direct access to over 100 carriers
  • With the Interlink Service clients can connect to any carrier from any Telehouse data centre
  • Hosts the London Internet Exchange allowing low-latency connectivity

Security Systems

  • Perimeter protected by alarmed fences and PIR detection
  • Gated entrances manned combined with a security management system to ensure no unauthorised access to the site
  • Movement activated CCTV coverage for the Perimeter, Entrances and Loading Docks, Common areas reception and corridors and of course our state of the art suites
  • Single point of entry to our main facilities controlled by time limited access cards combined with card Independent client card identification access system and integrated digital video camera surveillance
  • Proximity card access is provided from the main data centre building and is issued to provide access only to authorised facilities management suites
  • Strict security processes are in place to ensure delivery and loading of goods are secure
  • Doors fitted with alarms that immediately report back to a manned security suite when unauthorised access is attempted or doors are forced or held open
  • A highly trained Security presence 24/7 to ensure that you and your nominated staff gain authorised access to the facility whenever you require, day or night
Info:
  • Website: www.telehouse.net
  • Address: Telehouse East - Coriander Avenue, London, United Kingdom