For specialized applications with little or temporary space requirements.
Highly flexible colocation solutions
Ready for every requirement
The Home of Housing Approach:
- 5 colocation variants
- Setups from 3 to 300 racks
- In-house campus
- Several fire compartments
- Separate extinguishing systems
- Several power supplies
- SLA up to 99.999%
- Connectivity hub
- Backup and geo-redundancy data center
- Fixed and flex rates
The Home of Housing Approach: Colocation, Cages, Private Data Center (PDC) and Geo-Redundancy Data Centers.
Customer setups range from 3-300 racks and can be seperated to multiple fire compartments, separate extinguishing systems, as well as dedicated power supplies and UPS systems.
Contractual availability of up to 99.999% is guaranteed.
The structure of the DE-CIX Enabled Connectivity Hub ensures highly available data connections.
The Home of Housing approach provides customer-specific, yet future-proof solutions for our customers for every requirement, from the productive, backup and disaster situation data center.
The 5 colocation models in the Home of Housing
Housing, also known as colocation, means much more to EMC HostCo than merely providing rack space to customers. Over the past 10 years, we have specialized our services and offerings so much that today we are considered one of the most innovative and customer-oriented providers in the German data center market.
Configure your rack and your cage
You want a quick overview of the costs of running your own IT components in EMC HostCo data centers? Then configure your personal desired setup with the rack configurator in just a few steps.
Choose from the options below to get your personal quote.
Arrange a non-binding data center visit
We are convinced that our 5 colocation models cover the whole range of housing and colocation requirements.
Make your own picture of it at a viewing appointment and let us talk about which model is the perfect one for your business.
"The quality of a data center can be recognized by the ability to adapt to the needs of the market and its customers."
(G. Büttner, D.I.M.)