CORIANDER AVENUE, LONDON E14 2AA
CONNECTING YOU TO THE HUB OF THE UK INTERNET
Telehouse North is London’s leading network hub. It’s also the original home of the London Internet Exchange (LINX) and remains the leading LINX site. We manage the points-of-presence for numerous carriers, ISPs and telcos in our dedicated quarter and half racks. We also provide multiple full racks for larger clients, many of whom are based overseas.
100,000 SQ FT
2 kW PER RACK
10MW POWER SUPPLY
LEADING NETWORK HUB IN UK AND EUROPE
LEADING LINX SITE IN LONDON
THE AMITO SOLUTION
We started operating in Telehouse North in 2004. All of our racks enjoy dual and fully diverse A+B power feeds.
The bulk of our customers in Telehouse North can be termed wholesale. A typical deployment with us might be one of our dedicated quarter rack units to house a switch, a router and some related servers.
Amito also supports numerous overseas clients, for whom having a reliable locally based partner to provide more than just colocation is a key factor. Such clients take advantage of our long-term project management skills and support services. These services include handling incoming shipments or preparing items for return to vendors.
We are also accommodating a growing list of cloud service providers in Telehouse. They are attracted by the reputation of the site, low-latency connectivity and the 24/7 on-site support that is included in the service charges.
We arrange all cross-connects required by our customers and can advise on the best commercial arrangements to manage the costs involved. All Amito customers in Telehouse enjoy the direct use of the Telehouse 24/7 remote-hands service.
Amito’s full range of network services are available here, with internet ports and easy connections to the other Telehouse buildings or our data centres located further afield. The Telehouse dark-fibre Interlink service is also another alternative means to access both West, East and the forthcoming North2.
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MODERNISED DATA CENTRE
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