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Telehouse Docklands (North Building)

Established in 1988, Telehouse Europe is a major carrier neutral colocation, ICT solutions and managed services provider based in Docklands, London. It operates five facilities spread between London and Paris, which combined provide 45,000 square metres of data centre services. Its sister company, Telehouse America, has colocation facilities in New York, Los Angeles and Santa Clara, California. KDDI, Telehouse’s Japanese parent company, operates data centre facilities in America and Asia. KDDI is a US$27.8 billion, Global 300-listed company.[1] As of 2006, Telehouse has ISO/IEC 27001:2005 (Information Security) and ISO 9001:2000 (Quality Management) accreditations across all of its sites in London and Paris.



Operational since 1990, Telehouse North became Europe’s first purpose-built neutral colocation facility.[1] Today, it is considered to be the main hub of the Internet in the UK. In response to growing demand for a Central London location Telehouse opened an additional colocation facility in 1997, Telehouse Metro, in the City of London.

A second building at the Docklands site, Telehouse East, was opened in 1999 and the company is currently constructing a third building at its Dockland Head office, Telehouse West, which is due for completion in 2010.[2]

LINX, Packet Exchange, LONAP, LIPEX and Voice Peering Fabric are present at Telehouse Docklands.


Telehouse Europe also operates three sites in Paris :

  • Telehouse 1 - Paris Jeûneurs. Opened in 1996 near the famous Sentier street in Paris.
  • Telehouse 2 - Paris Voltaire which opened in 1998 [1]
  • Telehouse 3 - Magny-Les-Hameaux (Yvelines departement). Originally a national military defence location, the site was converted into a data centre in 2009 and now provides 15,000 square meters of colocation space.

Telehouse history (French)


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