Colocation

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Here’s an overview of Shamrock Service Providers’ hosting solutions:

  • Cloud Services. Do you want to build, own, and manage the entire datacenter, network, infrastructure components, and software? If not, you may be ready to save with cloud solutions. Access all the traditional datacenter infrastructure your business needs without a heavy capital investment.  Pay for what you need and save on what you don’t – like IT complexity, manpower, and hardware.

  • Datacenter Colocation. Protect your business-critical telecom infrastructure by hosting in a reliable, secure, and power-redundant offsite location. The result? Lower cooling costs, less tactical headcount, smaller real estate footprint, and improved reliability.

From service scalability and business continuity in the event of a disaster to financial perks like predictable pricing and lower cost of ownership, the benefits of hosting solutions from Shamrock Technologies service providers give you a variety of options to fulfill your infrastructure needs.

Providing world-class global colocation services.

Shamrock Service Providers colocation services help you to safeguard mission-critical data with the highest levels of security and operational reliability. Inside each world class data center, you also gain access to a vital ecosystem where major networks, enterprises and business partners interconnect to each other and to more than 900 available networks.

Global enterprises, financial institutions, the largest networks and the Internet’s foremost content companies trust us with what matters most to them—their information assets.

Shamrock Service Providers provide colocation reliability you can trust.

  • Our data center partners all come equiped with industry-leading global uptime average of >99.999%

  • Proven expertise in configuring and supporting high-power density deployments

  • Access to worldwide footprint of over 30 million sq. ft. of data center space across 75 markets in 25 countries on 5 continents

  • More than 1200 networks available for interconnection and traffic exchange via direct cross connects, peering, and Ethernet services