DataCentre220 provides a secure, controlled, carrier neutral data centre located in the centre of Auckland City, lit with multiple core fibre vendors (Vector, Spark, Chorus, Vodafone, CityLink) where you can colocate your server and connect to your chosen ISP.
Fibre. The following carriers all have multiple redundant bundles of fibre entering the data centre from different streets: Vector Communications (formerly United Networks),Vital (formerly CityLink), Spark, Chorus or Vodafone.
ISPs. Voyager can cater for high bandwidth requirements. Vocus are a well known ISP who supply fibre bandwidth. They also provide flat rate retail Internet connectivity over Ethernet as well as E1 telephony connections if required. See our Connectivity page for a selection of some of the ISPs available in the data centre.
Networks. As well as Vital (formerly CityLink), you can connect to Vocus Group and PIPE Networks "Australia's largest Internet Exchange". A partial list of Peering Partners located at DataCentre220 can be seen at peeringdb.com. Based on the entries in peeringdb (see chart) we are by far the most connected data centre in New Zealand. See also CloudScene.
Peering. The following companies have a presence in the data centre and allow you to peer with with other ISPs: Vital (formerly CityLink) who manage the Auckland Peering Exchange have a node. IX Australia which is owned and operated by Western Australian Internet Association (Inc.) are located here. Megaport is now live in New Zealand and can provide a NaaS platform for easy interconnection. Megaport users can now create Virtual Cross Connects (VXCs) between Auckland and their Australian data centre network - giving access to global cloud and content on one platform.
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