Data center of the future
Data center of the future
With more than 25 years of industry experience, no one does data centres like Telehouse. Our breadth of expertise and knowledge, paired with excellence in customer service and the wide range of our service portfolio make us one of the leading names in the colocation and data centre industry.
Established in 1989, Telehouse became Europe’s first purpose-built, neutral data centre provider by opening its famous London data centre Telehouse North. Headquartered in London, UK, Telehouse Europe has since grown to become one of the largest, global data centre providers, operating a network of more than 40 data centres in 23 strategic locations in the EMEA, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region that cover all major commercial and financial hubs, meaning that you are never too far from our premium data centres.
Telehouse is the subsidiary of KDDI, a global Japanese telecommunications company.
Telehouse takes over the former Databurg in Frankfurt.
Executive Director, CEO
Dr. Béla Waldhauser is Chief Executive Officer of Telehouse Deutschland GmbH. As of April 2014, he is responsible for the operational business of KDDI and Telehouse in Germany.
Executive Director, CO-CEO
Mr. Hiroaki Miyazaki has been the Co-CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Telehouse Deutschland GmbH since 01. April 2019 and he is is responsible for the operational business of KDDI and Telehouse in Germany.
Telehouse Los Angeles was established in 1998 and is located in the centre of the city’s hi-tech district. In 2000, Telehouse America established the first Los Angeles International Internet Exchange point (LAIIX), a peering gateway to the Asia-Pacific Rim. The carrier neutral Los Angeles data centre offers access to a vast array of connectivity carriers.
Telehouse has been operating leading data center and colocation facilities in New York for over 25 years. Highly reliable data centers providing 99.999% uptime, and the only few major colocation providers who were uninterrupted by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
The Telehouse London data centres have become the site for Europe’s first carrier-neutral colocation facility, the home to the London Internet Exchange (LINX), as well as a backbone for the global internet network. Today, Telehouse operates five data centres in London.
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 followed by Telehouse Voltaire and Telehouse Magny-Les-Hameaux.
Telehouse operates Frankfurt’s largest data centre campus in “Kleyerstrasse”, the city’s telecommunications hub with a high number of carriers, ISPs located there. The campus includes 3 data centres that have access to the DE-CIX, Europe’s second largest Internet exchange with over 500 ISP’s and carriers.
Telehouse Moscow is the only premium data centre in Russia launched and managed by an international data centre provider. The data centre has the latest technology in security systems. The Telehouse Moscow data centre is located in the city centre, only 15 minutes from the Kremlin on a vast and highly secure site.
As Japan’s leading telecommunications provider and systems integrator, Telehouse provides state-of-the-art data centers at 9 strategic locations across the country. 6 of them are in Tokyo.
To support the growth of multinational corporations in China’s emerging economical centre, Telehouse operate two Shanghai data centres – Telehouse Shanghai Jinqiao (opened in 2013) and Telehouse Shanghai Zhangjiang (opened in 2010). Telehouse’ Shanghai data centres are designed to industry leading international specifications and offer diverse carrier neutral connectivity.
Telehouse provide two data centres in Beijing: Telehouse Beijing BEZ and Telehouse Beijing BDA. The Beijing data centres are strategically located in the city’s two major development zones. Telehouse’ carrier neutral Beijing data centres provide the ideal solution for domestic and international companies that want to partner with a global leader to safeguard their business-critical applications.
The Telehouse Data Center location in Hong Kong is strategically located in Quarry Bay in the eastern part of Hong Kong Island, an ideal and convenient location for a global POP and data center operation. The Telehouse Hong Kong CCC data center is located in Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, an area with many local and international companies.
In 2000, Telehouse established its first data center location in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi. The Telehouse Hanoi Data Center is operated in partnership with FPT Information System, Vietnam’s largest IT Solutions Company, and in partnership with Telehouse parent company KDDI.
The Telehouse data centre in Singapore is located in Technopark @ Chai Chee, ideally situated at the Eastern part of Singapore, offering conveniences comparable to that of downtown commercial centres. It is linked by major expressways and is situated near the PSA port facility and Changi International Airport which provide vital international trade links. Offering carrier neutral, premium colocation facilities make the Telehouse Singapore data centre the ideal location for multinational corporations expanding their business into this hub city of the Asian market.
Telehouse Istanbul is one of the first carrier neutral data centre facilities in Turkey offering a wide range of connectivity options. Established in partnership with the local telecommunications/system integrator Teknotel Telekomünikasyon, the data centre adheres to the global Telehouse standards, providing high levels of security, power and cooling. Telehouse Istanbul is located on the Asian side of The Bosphorus situated in the growing trade centre area of Kozyatagi.
Telehouse Seoul opened in 2000 at the Seoul Finance Center, one of the smartest buildings in Korea. This center in Gwanghwamun, Gangbuk, offers state-of-the-art equipment and meets the highest class of IDC security standards of the Korean Ministry of Information and Communications.