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Introducing Cole Valley 1


Affordable, immediate and risk free access to the smartest business enabling technologies.


Our custom built high performance Tier 3+ Data Centre, delivers maximum resilience, security and connectivity allowing you to improve efficiency and reduce costs.


Our Cole Valley 1 Data Centre has a capacity of 10,000 sq ft and 500 racks, to be followed by an additional 10,000 sq ft in phase 2, delivering a total capacity of 1000 racks. Cole Valley 1 augments our Data Centre facilities at Lyndon Place, Birmingham which provides business class Data Centre services and offers high standards of security. Fast interconnectivity between sites provides resilience for customers who require failover or live/live capabilities.


Situated on our International Technology Campus, Cole Valley 1 is centrally located, with easy access to M6 and M42 motorways. Our new Data Centre is also directly connected onto a nationwide, next generation, fibre optic network with nationwide scalability.


Fully optimised for energy efficiency, Cole Valley 1 provides access to industry leading facilities and the latest technology. We deliver a full suite of hosting services, from colocation through to fully managed, on demand application delivery, to pre-agreed costs and service levels.


Key Benefits n 24/7/365 secure manned location


n Choice of network carriers and highest levels of network uptime


n Direct dual connectivity onto a next generation nationwide fibre optic network


n Efficiency using today’s most advanced solutions, such as intelligent free cooling


n SEAP Level 3 security and ISO 27001


n Resilient, fast interconnectivity between sites for failover and live/live capability


n 24/7 monitoring from our security and network operations centre


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