Telehouse was founded in 1988 and is the longest established provider of high-range data centres for hosting critical IT and telecoms infrastructures in Europe. Telehouse acts as the key, non-IT link in the chain, guaranteeing almost perfect service continuity to companies including large corporations, IT service companies, operators, Internet Service Providers, web hosting companies and application service providers.
Telehouse's fully secure buildings provide electricity supplies and air conditioning for ever more demanding IT and telecoms equipment, access to the main Internet exchange points, direct connections to more than 50 voice and data telecoms operators and 24/7 customer service, maintenance and surveillance.
Outsourced neutral IT infrastructure hosting
The term "neutral" or "independent" refers to infrastructure hosting services that are provided neither by an IT services company, nor by a telecoms operator. Instead, these services are provided by an external, neutral service provider, allowing clients to choose freely from one or more telecoms operators and to use third-party IT service providers for all or part of their systems, where required.
Opened in France in 1996
Opened in the UK in 1988
Neutral IT infrastructure hosting and telecoms network colocation services
Business continuity services (virtualisation, cloud, DRP)
7 sites in London and Paris (shared or private premises)
37 sites in 19 major cities worldwide
Current net surface area
approx. 10,000m² in Paris
approx. 17,000m² in London
Total gross surface area
approx. 30,000m² in Paris
approx. 45,000m² in London
approx. 120,000m² worldwide
Telecoms exchange point access
SFINX, PARIX, POUIX, FreeIX, PANAP, Free NAP, etc.
Hosted telecoms operators
More than 50 in total, including the main international operators
More than 800 in London and Paris
Examples of hosting services
BCP/DRP, backup, storage, archiving, cleanrooms, IT production departments, mirror websites, multinational corporation network exchanges, private clouds, etc.
A total of £550 million in Europe since 1988
Including almost £120 million in France
More than £65 million in Europe in 2009
Almost £23 million in France in 2009
KDDI, the number one Asian operator worldwide
Has its own data centres in Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney
|Sites||Location||Opened in||Surface are (gross, m²)|
|Docklands West||London||April 2010||19,000|