Colocation in London and across the UK

If you’re looking for secure colocation services within London or throughout the UK we can help.
We provide a complete range of colocation services to meet most location, power and price requirements.
Use our data centre finder to find the perfect data centre for you.

¼ racks to full private data halls

Depending on which data centre you opt for we can provide anything from part racks (1/4, 1/2 etc), individual private racks, multiple contiguous colocation racks, small caged areas to private suites and even entire data halls.

Total peace of mind

Our data centres are designed for resilience throughout, each benefiting from onsite power generators and UPS systems to guarantee uninterrupted power supply even in the event of total grid power outage.

Ultra Flexible Solutions

We recognise that no two customers are the same, which is why our colocation space can be configured to meet individual customer requirements from higher density power areas for use with power hungry server and storage applications to private suited areas for extra security and more.

Expert Advice

Whether you’re looking to migrate data centres or are looking at colocation for the first time our expert team is here to help. You can contact us by phone on 0203 9557 200 or use our LiveChat button to chat with an expert online now.


All of our colocation data centres are carrier neutral facilities. Each offers a complete range of connectivity options including multiple internet access transit providers and a choice of access carriers such as Openreach, Virgin Media Business, Cable and Wireless and many more. Find out more about our unique integrated platform.

Data Centre Interconnects

We also operate a network of interconnections between most Colocation (colo) datacentres throughout the country, offering even greater levels of flexibility and inter-datacentre connectivity options from 1Mb to 10Gb+. Find out more about our data centre inter connects

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