Data Center Map

Colocation Karlsruhe


» Index » Germany » Karlsruhe

Currently there are 2 colocation data centers from Karlsruhe in Germany.
Save the trouble of contacting the providers, check out our quote service.


IPC 3


TelemaxX Telekommunikation GmbH
Auf der Breit 5a
76227 Karlsruhe
Germany

» Visit website
» View profile
The IPC 3 was bulit in Juli 2009. It has 2 floors and a data-center space of 2.800 qm.

euNetworks Colocation Karlsruhe


euNetworks
Albert-Nestler-Strasse 7
76131 Karlsruhe
Germany

» Visit website
» View profile
With solutions from a single rack to a full suite, euNetworks Colocation is the perfect data center solution for Carriers, Cloud operators and Enterprises wanting to host equipment in secure, standardized, and managed premises.


Need services in Karlsruhe?


Save the hassle of contacting individual providers by requesting a quote via our free quote service.
Providers can bid on your request, giving you a perfect overview of your options without any obligations.

Related News
» Squarespace Is Said to Raise Funding at $1.7 Billion Valuation
» Friday Bytes: DE-CIX, PCCW, BTG
» Andromeda Botnet Brought Down by Law Enforcement Agencies, Private Sector
» Equinix to Link Its Cloud Exchanges Worldwide, Add 7 More
» Oro Adds Hosting Partner Program to Support B2B E-commerce

Other Data Centers


Also consider checking out colocation data centers in the following areas located within Germany:
» Aachen (1), Bamberg (1), Berlin (14), Bielefeld (1), Bonn (2), Bremen (3), Chemnitz (1), Coburg (1), Cologne (4), Darmstadt (1), Dortmund (2), Dresden (5), Düsseldorf (12), Erfurt (2), Essen (1), Falkenstein (1), Frankfurt (48), Freiburg (1), Halle Saale (1), Hamburg (14), Hannover (2), Herford (1), Jena (1), Kiel (3), Leipzig (5), Magdeburg (1), Mahlow (1), Mannheim (4), Munich (16), Nettetal (1), Nuremberg (13), Oberhausen (1), Rostock (1), Saarbrucken (1), Saarland (1), Saarlouis (1), Schwerin (1), Stuttgart (11), Wuerzburg (2)

When searching for colocation data centers in Germany, the following German terms might be good to know. A data center is called rechenzentrum and multiple data centers are called rechenzentren, and apart from that they might also be refered to as serverraum or datacentrum. With regards to services, dedicated server is called dedizierter server (or in some cases dServer or root server), a virtual server is called a virtuelle server (and often just refered to as vServer or VPS, Virtual Private Server) and last but not least colocation is often referred to as server housing, server hosting, co-location or höheneinheiten for hosting of individual servers. Cloud servers, IP transit and managed hosting do not have specific German words and are generally sold under the same terms as in English.
Copyright © Data Center Map - Sitemap
Your guide to colocation data centers, managed hosting, cloud servers etc.