Location: Dublin 12, Dublin (county)
Address: Unit 24 , Hume Avenue,Parkwest,, Dublin (county)
Interxion owns and operates 64,800m2 of colocation space within 30+ data centers in 11 European countries. As a leading pan-European provider of co-location and associated managed services, Interxion delivers a full set of services that allow more than 1,400 companies to securely house, connect, monitor and maintain mission-critical IT equipment.
Established in 1998 in The Netherlands, Interxion expanded rapidly, achieving recognition for having the largest reach across Europe. We have two data centres in Dublin, Ireland each offering the highest quality services. Our services start with basic colocation (cabinets, cages, private rooms) and range up to fully-outsourced data center solutions for disaster recovery and total operational resilience.
With connectivity provided by over 450 carriers, ISPs and 18 European Internet exchanges across its footprint, Interxion has created content and connectivity hubs that foster growing customer communities of interest.
Highly secure Data centres: Multi-level physical security including 24x7 onsite security, surveillance cameras, locked cabinets and private suites.
World-class facilities: Advanced data centre infrastructure with multiple layers of redundancy for power, cooling and fire-suppression.
Flexibility to build bespoke solutions: Interxion works to ensure that every customer's precise needs are met and their expectations are exceeded.
Market leading service levels: Interxion sets rigorous Service Level Agreements for all its services, designed to offer cost-effective, flexible ICT infrastructure.
Carrier neutrality, multiple network providers: Most top tier carriers and ISPs offer direct access to the networks that serve the world's Internet/communication routes. Interxion hosts 18 of Europe's Internet Exchanges, offering outstanding peering opportunities.
Unprecedented connections: Interxion provides access to more than 400 Internet Service Providers and hosts the largest number of peering partners across Europe.
Local expertise, European presence: Every Interxion center is fully staffed with trained professionals who know the local regulations and are fluent in the local language.
European Service Center: Interxion's data centers are supported by a central European Service Center with a multilingual team offering technical assistance to customers 24 hours a day.
Full support services: Equipment housing, engineering, maintenance, connectivity solutions and a range of monitoring services provide Interxion customers with solutions to better manage their ICT and internet infrastructures:
|Connectivity||Equipment Housing||Managed Services||Customer Support|
|Bandwidth||Cabinets||Systems monitoring||European NOC|
|Dial-in lines||Private cage||Systems management||24/7 multilingual support|
|Internet Connectivity||Private room suite||Data backup and restore||Customer portal|
|Structured cabling||Pre- scheduled maintenance|
|Hands & eyes|
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