Global Colocation Solutions to Protect and Connect your Digital Assets

Digital Realty’s global footprint gives you access to new markets with direct, secure, and connected ecosystems. Easily manage your applications across multiple clouds in many regions with redundant connectivity options, all from a single portal.

Colocation Capabilities


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


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
De President Business Park

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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)

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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

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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.

128 First Avenue

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A major financial service hub in the country with plenty of renewable energy, Charlotte is seeing incredible growth in financial, education and healthcare industries.

113 North Myers Street


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

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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

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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.

Lyoner Straße

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One of the world’s largest data center markets, it’s also a highly connected region with carrier-neutral and fiber-rich providers.

West Drayton, 1 Airport Gate, Bath Road

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Los Angeles

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.

600 West 7th Street

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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.

36 NE 2nd Street

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

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New Jersey

A neighboring market to New York City, these highly connected data centers serve financial exchange networks, and emerging technologies.

300 JFK Boulevard East
100 Delawanna Avenue
2 Peekay Drive

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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.

120 East Van Buren Street


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.

3825 NW Aloclek Street

San Francisco

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

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Silicon Valley

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

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Case Study

Case Study Highlights

The interconnectivity is the important part. When you look at the massive amounts of data that we produce and the fact that 70 to 80 percent of it is going to leave this building and go to a collaborator site somewhere in the world, our tolerance for high latency, dropped packets, or issues with network traversal is very low.

Peyton McNully, Technology Director HudsonAlpha
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