Why locate your Data Centre in Turkey?
As Europe’s fastest growing economy and one of the world’s biggest markets with a population of 76 million, Turkey is a highly dynamic country that can’t be overlooked. Its unique geographical position is of strategic importance for multinational corporations and offers access to key markets in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Because of its unique location embracing two continents, Istanbul is becoming a major financial centre and telecoms hub between Europe and Asia attracting corporate customers seeking cloud services. Turkey possesses a significant telecommunications market region due to its large population, which is characterised as young, increasingly urbanised and technically literate.
The Turkish ICT sector is a fast growing sector with an annual growth rate of 14% between 2005 and 2010. According to Business Monitor International predictions, Turkey will be the highest growing IT market from 2009 to 2014.
Turkey’s data centre market is one of the fastest growing in the EMEA region. Turkey’s total data centre footprint grew by over 22% in 2012, reaching a total footprint of 110,000m2.
Turkey is the 13th largest global online population and 6th largest in Europe with Turkish consumers showing the second largest level of online engagement when compared to other countries in Europe.
Due to its large and rapidly growing domestic digital economy, Turkey is set to become a major internet hub.
Telehouse Turkey Data Centres
Telehouse opened its first data centre in Istanbul, Turkey in 2011, in partnership with the local telecommunications/system integrator company Teknotel Telekomünikasyon. The carrier neutral data centre facility in Kozyatagı is located on the Asian side of Istanbul. With uninterrupted power supply, superior security & multiple choices of connectivity, Telehouse Istanbul offers a safe environment for customers to grow their business in Turkey. It is operated under the Telehouse brand and supported, maintained by Teknotel to Telehouse’s stringent global operating standards.