Colocation Services

Colocation Services – Business continuity at scale

Data centres play a crucial role in supporting a wide range of services, including cloud computing, online applications, e-commerce, social media, streaming services, and much more. They are the backbone of the digital age, enabling the seamless transfer and storage of data that powers many aspects of our daily lives.

Our clients relay upon our infrastructure that delivers agility and scalability to launch digital services at scale.


Defence in depth – Multiple layers of security

Physical and logical security are interconnected. Physical security controls like access controls, security fencing, surveillance cameras, and security guards prevent unauthorized physical access to critical IT infrastructure and data centre. Likewise, logical security measures we deploy strong user authentication, encryption, and network segmentation protecting sensitive data from unauthorized access or cyberattacks.

Failsafe power generation

Power Redundancy and Distribution: We incorporate redundancy in our power systems to ensure high availability. Redundant components, such as multiple UPS units, generators, and PDUs, are deployed in an N+1 or 2N configuration. This means that if one component fails, another can take over without causing an outage. Power is distributed using multiple paths to avoid single points of failure.


Optimised environmental management

Precision Cooling
Our 2N cooling infrastructure, including precision computer room air conditioning (CRACs) systems ensure that the IT equipment operates within the recommended temperature range, maintaining performance and reliability. Our systems regulate the temperature and humidity within the data centre, maintaining optimal conditions for the equipment and preventing overheating.

Business continuity at its best

Fire Suppression

Laser-Based Detection: VESDA systems utilize advanced laser-based technology to continuously sample the air within a monitored area for the presence of smoke particles.

Hi-Fog Water mist system: Nitrogen is used under pressure to create a water fog in fire suppression systems. It is an advanced alternative to FM200 gas-based fire suppression methods, which once discharged renders the facility unusable.

  • Enhanced Occupant Safety: The water mist system produces a non-toxic and breathable mist, which improves visibility, and provides a safer environment for occupants during a fire event.
  • Compatibility with Sensitive Environments: The high-pressure water mist system is well-suited for protecting sensitive areas, such as data centres, museums, server rooms, and electrical equipment rooms, as it minimizes the risk of water damage to valuable equipment.