Telehouse Paris data centres are the primary home to France’s main internet exchange France IX, making them an essential component of the core network for the country’s IT systems. Telehouse began its European expansion with the opening of Telehouse Paris Jeûneurs (opened 1996) followed by Telehouse Voltaire (opened 1999) and Telehouse Magny-Les-Hameaux (opened 2009) which is located on a former military site, 30min from Paris’ city centre. Telehouse’s Paris data centres have over 17 years experience hosting the mission critical systems of multinational corporations including gaming/media, finance, IT service providers, telecoms companies and some of the world’s most recognised luxury retail brands.
Why choose Telehouse Paris data centres?
Facilitating Paris’ Internet Hub
Telehouse’s Paris data centres hosts Paris’ foremost internet hub given that over 80% of France IX’s internet traffic travels through its Telehouse Voltaire data centre which also hosts over 70 national and international carriers making it the most connected data centre in France.
Space for future Growth
With Telehouse Magny-Les-Hameaux offering 66,000 sqm of raised floor space, Telehouse owns a large capacity of the carrier neutral data centre space in Paris which allows for future growth of its customer base and their businesses.
Meeting increasing Power Requirements
In the Magny-Les-Hameaux facility, power is available at 2kW per sqm which can be extended to 6kW per sqm and above to cater to the increasing power requirements of French data centre customers. As one of the very few premium data centres in France, it can provide non-standard rack space bundles of power of up to 20 kW.
Offering Virtual Data Centre Services
Combining the physical security with the flexibility of virtual data centre services to meet business challenges, Telehouse offer fully managed cloud solutions in its Paris data centres.