Telehouse - London Data Centre

London Data Centres


The Telehouse London data centres have become the site for Europe's first carrier-neutral colocation facility, the home to the London Internet Exchange (LINX), as well as a backbone for the global internet network. Today, Telehouse operates four data centres in London – three at its Docklands campus in East London consisting of Telehouse North (opened 1990), Telehouse East (opened 1999) and Telehouse West (opened 2010) as well as Telehouse Metro (opened 1997) located near Silicon Roundabout in the City of London. In 2014 we announced the construction of Telehouse North Two, taking the total to five. Together with KDDI Europe, Telehouse can provide end-to-end ICT solutions including managed services, integrated communications services, virtualisation services, content management and system security services as well as disaster recovery services on the same site. 

  • Telehouse North Two
  • Telehouse West
  • Telehouse North
  • Telehouse East
  • Telehouse Metro
Telehouse North Two

Telehouse North Two

Telehouse North Two

Opening Summer 2016, Telehouse North Two will be one of the most advanced data centres in Europe.

  • 8,000 sqm of secure colocation space
  • Unrivalled Connectivity - Telehouse Docklands is the most connected site in Europe 
  • Future Proof Power - 99.999% Uptime and the only UK data centre with its own privately owned 132KV Grid Substation
  • World Leading Cooling - the world’s first multi-storey indirect adiabatic cooling system 
 
Telehouse West

Telehouse West

Telehouse West

Opened in April 2010, this flagship data centre is an additional home to the London Internet Exchange, hosting a brand new peering switch platform designed for powerful low-latent connectivity. 

  • Date of opening - 2010
  • Colocation size - 4,705sqm
  • Power per rack - 2kW to 10kW
  • Number of Carriers - 32
  • 8 x generators with N+1 redundancy
  • 15 mins of UPS battery supply with N+1
 
Telehouse North

Telehouse North

Telehouse North

Opened in 1990, it was the first purpose-built colocation data centre in Europe. Telehouse North has been the primary home of the London Internet Exchange since 1994 and continues to be one of the most heavily connected data centres in the world. 

  • Date of opening - 1990
  • Colocation size - 9,717sqm
  • Power per rack - 1 to 3kW
  • Number of Carriers - 101
  • 4 x generators with N+1 redundancy
  • 15 mins of UPS battery supply with N+1
 
 
Telehouse East

Telehouse East

Telehouse East

Due to the vast number of carriers and as a home to the London Internet Exchange, Telehouse East is ideally designed for financial trading exchanges, media and content providers that require speed, reliability and reach. 

  • Date of opening - 1999
  • Colocation size - 5,400sqm
  • Power per rack - 1 to 2kW
  • Number of carriers - 99
  • 5 x generators with N+1 redundancy
  • 15 mins of UPS battery supply with N+1

 
Telehouse Metro

Telehouse Metro

Telehouse Metro

Telehouse Metro is based in the heart of the City of London. It is ideal for organisations that require secure, high quality, data centre space and offers the ideal environment as a primary or secondary site. 

  • Date of opening - 1997
  • Colocation size - 1,043sqm
  • Power per rack - 1kW
  • Number of carriers - 24
  • 4 x generators with N+1 redundancy
  • 30 mins of UPS battery supply with N+1 or N+N

 

Why choose Telehouse London data centres

Internet hub

Telehouse London data centres are known as the UK's foremost Internet Hub and Backbone for the Global Internet Network. The Docklands data centre campus already facilitates the majority of the London Internet Exchange’s (LINX’s) capacity, which has such a huge proportion of all UK internet traffic flowing through it and this is set to grow. Due to its importance to the Global Internet Network, Telehouse London was featured in the video: "There and Back Again: A Packet's Tale - How does the Internet work?" from the World Science Festival (2013), please see video on the right.

 

Connectivity

When Telehouse North was opened in 1990, there were only 2 carriers available. Today Telehouse London data centre customers can connect to over 530 carriers, ISPs and ASPs which can be interconnected to any of the buildings via dark fiber. The close proximity to the City and Canary Wharf makes Telehouse the best low latency point, ideal for trading exchanges and mission-critical applications.


Power

Telehouse is the only company in the UK that operates an on-site private dual primary substation (N+N) connected at 132kV to supplier authority lines. The substation is located at its London Docklands campus and encompasses a total capacity of 50MVA with cooling and two 132kV power lines directly connected to the National Grid reducing transmission losses. As power and electrical shortages have been an increasing concern in London, the primary substation future-proofs the Telehouse London data centre campus and secures enough power to serve its fast-growing customer base.


Security/Access

Telehouse London data centres meet the highest levels of building security, including constant security by trained security staff 24/7, electronic access management, proximity access control systems and CCTV. The London Docklands campus is monitored 24/7 by 380 cameras onsite and 14 at our Metro Data Centre. All London customers are offered a 24/7 support function and access to their IT equipment at any time 24/7, 365 days a year.


International Accreditations

The Telehouse London Data Centres adhere to the following internationally recognised accreditations:
- ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (Information Security Management)
- ISO 22301:2012 (Business Continuity Management)
- PCI-DSS v3 (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard)

- ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management system)
- ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management)
ISO 50001:2011 (Energy Management)
- BS OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety Management)
RMADS (Public Sector Compliance)

Videos

Telehouse West - London couldn't be better connected

See Telehouse North featured in: A Packet's Tale - How does the Internet work?
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