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London Data Center Solutions

17 Data Centers in London
  • Tech capital of Europe
  • 17 facilities
  • Direct access to Service Exchange
  • Additional 6.7 acres ready for development

11 Hanbury St

London, E1 6QR
  • Utility Power Capacity: 4,900 kW
  • Total Building Size: 9,400 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Cloud House

London, E14 9SZ
  • Utility Power Capacity: 2x main incoming MV boards
  • Total Building Size: 11,127 m²
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+2

Cloud House West

London, E14 9TR
  • Utility Power Capacity: 2,000 kW
  • Total Building Size: 1,771 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Crawley Unit 2

Crawley, RH10 9BD
  • Utility Power Capacity: 16MVA
  • Total Building Size: 10,140 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Cressex Business Park, 1 Coronation Road

High Wycombe, HP12 3SU
  • Utility Power Capacity: 4,800 kW
  • Total Building Size: 5,467 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Dray Walk area

London, E1 6QR
    For further information on these properties, see detail page.

Fountain Court, Cox Lane

Chessington, KT9 1SJ
  • Utility Power Capacity: 14,400 kW
  • Total Building Size: 10,220 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Foxboro Business Park, 3 St Anne's Boulevard

Redhill, RH1 1AX
  • Utility Power Capacity: 14,000 kW
  • Total Building Size: 8,921 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Napier Way, Crawley

Crawley, RH10 9QJ
  • Total Building Size: 11,148 m²

Oliver’s Yard

London, EC1Y 1HQ
  • Utility Power Capacity: 3,200 kW
  • Total Building Size: 2,519 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Sovereign House

London, E14 9SD
  • Utility Power Capacity: 8 MW
  • Total Building Size: 6,223 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1 & 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Sovereign House North

London, E14 9FJ
  • Utility Power Capacity: 4,800 kW
  • Total Building Size: 2,356 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

The Chess Building, 9-17 Caxton Way, Watford

Watford,
  • Utility Power Capacity: 30,948 kW
  • Total Building Size: 7,432 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Unit 21 Goldsworth Park Trading Estate

Woking, GU21 3BA
  • Utility Power Capacity: 64 MW
  • Total Building Size: 18,580 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Unit B Prologis Park, Beddington Lane

Croydon, SG8
  • Utility Power Capacity: 17,600 kW
  • Total Building Size: 11,148 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: 2N

West Drayton, 1 Airport Gate, Bath Road

Middlesex, UB7 0NA
  • Utility Power Capacity: 6,500 kW
  • Total Building Size: 4,000 m²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

London Data Centers and Colocation

FinTech Capital and Hub for Big Data

London, often referred to as the tech capital of Europe, and one of the world’s largest data centre markets, is also a thriving center for software development, and already diving into the acceleration of the IoT. Renowned London business accelerator Startupbootcamp announced in March 2016, a new ‘Internet of Things’ program (for the development of objects that connect to the internet). When you’re searching for the right data infrastructure, it’s important to consider the advantages of the right interconnected community. See how our Digital Docklands campus can to help drive your digital ambitions.

The city’s booming start-up scene is considered a magnet for tech entrepreneurs looking to do business in the European Union and a global launch pad for firms aiming to compete with American and Asian web giants, according to the Economic Times, with half of the founders of London's top tech start-ups actually coming from outside Britain.

London is considered a global force in the digital economy*:

  • One fifth (nearly 40,000) of the U.K.’s tech businesses are now headquartered in Inner London, according to Stirling Ackroyd.
  • Over the next ten years there are expected to be 46,000 digital jobs added in London, London has become the FinTech capital of the world, according to research by Oxford Economics, with more people employed in the sector than any other city worldwide, standing at 44,000 (1,000 more than New York).
  • London is a major hub for big data. There are an estimated 54,000 big data workers within 25 miles of London, compared to 57,000 for New York City, and 98,000 for San Francisco/Silicon Valley.

*Tech City U.K.

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