Secure and Scalable Critical IT Infrastructure
Digital Realty provides colocation services that ensure your data is secure, while giving you the freedom to access and scale your critical IT infrastructure on-demand. We are the foundation on which your business will expand into new global markets and deliver exceptional customer experience. Our colocation services provide the confidence and control you require to reach your digital ambitions.
Designed to ensure mission-critical data is always secure and available
Access the ecosystems that power your business through a simple and open platform
Future-proof your deployment with significant capacity for your growing requirements
Flexible and Efficient
Manage your IT environment in real time, spend less time on data center management
Key Benefits of Colocation
- 100% Uptime SLA ensures resilient infrastructure
- Flexible and consistent global configurations
- Extensive security and compliance controls
- Local and global interconnection
- Global ecosystem of cloud and networks
Cages and Cabinets
Cages provide extra security and comfort for your equipment. Isolated from any shared areas and available in a variety of sizes depending on your needs.
Cabinets offer the efficiency and economic benefits of shared space within a secure enclosure in which you can place active servers or electronics.
Global Colocation Markets
Benefit from Digital Realty’s global footprint to deploy at any scale—one cabinet to multiple MW—with optimal proximity to carriers, networks and cloud service providers.
Well positioned to be one of the top three innovative regions in Europe by 2025, according to the Amsterdam Economic Board.
Science Park 120 >
H.J.E. Wenckebachweg 127 >
With nearly 70% of the World’s Internet traffic flowing through the Dulles Technology Corridor, it’s earned the nickname “Data Center Alley."
44100 Digital Loudoun Plaza (Bldg J) >
44274 Round Table Plaza (Bldg L) >
44480 Hastings Drive >
Commonly known as the nation’s 2nd most wired city, the Atlanta market holds the Southeast’s largest concentration of telecommunications companies.
56 Marietta Street >
250 Williams Street NW >
Rated #1 in the nation for its readiness to foster entrepreneurial growth and creativity, Boston hosts some of the most recognized financial services and healthcare companies.
A major financial service hub in the country with plenty of renewable energy, Charlotte is seeing incredible growth in financial, education and healthcare industries.
Home to one of our flagship data centers, and the third largest city in the United States. Chicago is leading industries with emerging IT and green technologies.
350 East Cermak Road >
600-780 South Federal Street >
9333, 9355, 9377 Grand Avenue >
Another high-tech corridor, the Dallas market serves as a connected campus for the Southwest region. It offers a variety of fiber providers within each location and campus.
2323 Bryan Street >
8435 N. Stemmons Freeway >
850 E. Collins Boulevard >
1210 Integrity Drive >
Tech giants, from Google to Facebook, have chosen to make Dublin their European home, as both the government and local tech companies support the development of its tech ecosystem.
Blanchardstown Corporate Park >
Grange Castle Business Park >
Unit 24, Hume Avenue >
Unit 35, Lavery Avenue >
Considered the financial capital of continental Europe, this location can also be considered a connectivity hub, with access to one of three fiber-dense hot-spots in Europe.
One of the world’s largest data center markets, it’s also a highly connected region with carrier-neutral and fiber-rich providers.
11 Hanbury St, London >
Dray Walk Area, London>
West Drayton >
Oliver’s Yard >
Cloud House West >
Sovereign House >
Sovereign House North >
Known as the entertainment capital, Los Angeles is also recognized for manufacturing and international trade, which places data center and connectivity at the heart of their infrastructure.
A strategically located market serving as a gateway to South America with high-bandwidth data traffic, and a building designed to withstand a Category 5 hurricane, a common weather event.
As an adjacent market to New York City, this subset of data centers supports delivers low-latency networks that serve financial exchange networks, and emerging technologies.
300 JFK Boulevard East >
100 Delawanna Avenue >
2 Peekay Drive >
3 Corporate Place >
New York City
The heart of International financial markets, as well as an emerging technology segment. New York City is recognized as a critical colocation and interconnection market, which taps into global networks.
60 Hudson Street >
111 8th Avenue >
32 Avenue of the Americas >
As a whole, the Japanese market is quite mature, with more than two decades of software technology startups building IPO value, from price-comparison portals, to gaming and ecommerce, according to Tech In Asia.
Home to a dynamic manufacturing base and research institutions, this facility is ranked #1 in terms of interconnection capabilities, with an equally impressive peering exchange.
The Northeast is a critical market that serves as a trading route to Asia Pacific. The region is also home to gaming, content, media, and SaaS industries that take advantage of our Metro Connect features.
Well-known for its embrace of technology entrepreneurs, San Francisco is also a hub for international finance and venture capital. A highly interconnected market with award-winning seismic engineering.
200 Paul Avenue >
365 Main Street >
A natural environment for some of the most recognized retail, and aerospace companies. Also, a highly interconnected colocation space with access to Asia based customers.
2001 Sixth Avenue (Westin Building) >
In a business-friendly region of Northern California, this area provides colocation and interconnection services with access to global carriers, cloud, and content providers.
1100 Space Park Drive >
2820 Northwestern Parkway >
Toronto is a dynamic, diverse, rising city that provides the ideal business environment for companies looking for a competitive advantage.
Extend your colocation deployment with connectivity and cloud solutions
Making connected experiences simpler, more seamless, and more consistent, no matter the location or latency.
Bringing a multi-cloud infrastructure together to form an easy, and more integrated connection, with the flexibility you require.
Forrester Report: The Total Economic Impact™ of Digital Realty's Colocation Solutions
Sentinel sought colocation solutions to better serve their requirements today, and the demands of their future growth. With Digital Realty’s colocation in place, they were able to reduce costs and achieve significant payback.
The Role of Colocation in Securing and Managing Data in a Digital Business
Scott Mills, VP of solution engineering at Digital Realty discusses the challenges of securing and managing growing volumes of data in a digital business, looking at how colocation and digital platforms can help to protect vital corporate information.
Colocation: cost-effective, agile and secure data connectivity
Securing and managing growing volumes of data in a digital business is a challenge, but colocation and digital platforms can help to protect vital corporate information. In our report, partnered with Computer Weekly, both Scott Mills, vice president of solution engineering and Rick Moore, senior director of cloud services at Digital Realty, discuss the role of colocation in securing and managing data in a digital business.