Telehouse offers unrivalled data centre facilities and connectivity for businesses with mission critical IT systems. Established in 1988, Telehouse became Europe's first purpose-built, carrier neutral colocation provider. Today, the company stands at the heart of the global Internet and Telecommunications infrastructure, serving over 1,000 major companies across all industry sectors worldwide, from small start-ups to multinationals. Telehouse is a subsidiary of the Japanese Telecommunications Corporation KDDI, a Global 300 company, and offers colocation services and ICT solutions across 34 sites in 17 major cities across Europe, America and Asia/Pacific.
In London, demand for secure data centre space and ICT services has outstripped supply and businesses have been keen to work with a trusted and reliable partner. In response to this increasing demand Telehouse has announced the construction of its 35th state-of-the-art data centre - Telehouse West, in the heart of London's Docklands.
When complete in March 2010, the 19,000 square metre facility will offer customers a superior quality housing solution for their IT equipment and extensive connectivity to over 400 ISPs and carriers, whilst mitigating its carbon footprint and exporting its waste heat to the local community. After having established a major IT and Telecommunications hub in London almost 20 years ago, the company is continuing its commitment to reliability and customer service by offering complete end-to-end ICT solutions on a global scale.
05 Mar 2012
Paul Green, Technical and Marketing Director of Arkessa speaks about private cloud architecture with Telehouse and KDDI.View video details
22 Jun 2010
Telehouse West is the new, flagship London data centre by Telehouse, located at the company's UK Headquarters in the Docklands.
Telehouse West is a state-of-the-art facility that offers
19,000m2 of data centre space spread over 9 floors.
Designed to be a high-tech, purpose-built facility, Telehouse West enjoys the highest levels of security, power, cooling and technical support
18 Nov 2011
Established initially in 2000, as a quant/ algo hedge fund, developing proprietary technology and infrastructure, QuauntHouse is now the global leader in end-to-end systematic trading solutions. Created by a group of managers, IT experts and quant traders coming from the hedge fund community, QuantHouse’s technology has been designed for electronic trading aimed at the buy-side customer. The company has over 90 employees spread out across three offices in London, Paris and New York.
The vision of the company is to help financial firms to take the lead by providing ready-to-use systematic trading solutions.View article
25 Jan 2010
ioko is a specialist in digital and on-demand media, providing and maintaining digital media technology systems. Since ioko was founded in 1996, the company has grown dramatically. The advent of Web 2.0 has generated consumer and business interest in new web based media technologies such as streamed video, online advertising and online gaming. With businesses evolving to accommodate these developments, the demand for bespoke digital media delivery platforms and hosting facilities increases exponentionally. Recent wins and expanding infrastructure requests from existing customers had resulted in ioko nearing hosting capacity, which in turn prompted the company to review and extend its ten year relationship with Telehouse Europe.View article
21 Jan 2013
The data centre cloud provider exhibits at Cloud Expo Europe
Telehouse, the global data centre provider will be exhibiting at Cloud Expo Europe 2013 on 29th and 30th January alongside parent company KDDI, the Japanese telecommunications and Systems Integration giant to showcase their portfolio of IAAS cloud services, Telecloud.
Posted on: 21st January 2013 at 12:00am
28 Nov 2012
Recent survey shows a significant increase in the uptake of cloud services
Telehouse, a leading provider of global data centres and managed ICT services, has seen a rise in demand for its cloud offering Telecloud, an evolution of its physical infrastructure offering developed in partnership with its parent organisation, KDDI. This has been reflected by a recent survey which revealed the increasing number of businesses using a hybrid or private cloud model for their business data.
Posted on: 28th November 2012 at 12:00am