Telehouse statement – Coronavirus

That’s right, Telehouse has been around for three decades. On such a momentous anniversary, it’s important to look back and take stock of all of the achievements and milestones that we’ve passed over the last 30 years.

Keeping You and Your Business Connected

Way back in 1990, remarkable things were taking place. Tim Berners-Lee published the formal proposal for World Wide Web, NASA deployed the Hubble Space Telescope, the Berlin Wall fell, and we opened Telehouse North, our first London data centre. That same year we became Europe’s first colocation provider.

Fast forward through the years and we’ve moved from strength to strength: Telehouse North became the primary site for the London Internet Exchange; we expanded into Europe; we began powering our data centres with green energy; we expanded our London Docklands campus to house four data centres; and we became the become first global colocation provider to host the Olympics Broadcasting Service Platform. And those are just a few of our feats.

Today, the Docklands campus is Europe’s most connected data centre facility. We have a network of over 40 data centres worldwide and over 3000 customers.

None of this would have been possible without our hardworking colleagues, ambitious customers and supportive partners, so to everyone in the Telehouse family, thank you for contributing to three decades of success. Here’s to the next 30 years!

Browse content below to learn more about Telehouse’s journey in innovation, expertise and sustainability.

What’s it like working for Telehouse for over two decades?

Read our Q&A with our Head of Service Delivery

How has the industry, and Telehouse, evolved over the past 30 years?

Read what our colleagues, partners and customers have to say in our eBook

Download the 30th anniversary ebook

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