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Currently there are 4 colocation data centers from Cologne (Köln) in Germany.
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Host Europe

Host Europe GmbH
Hansestrasse 109
51149 Cologne

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euNetworks Colocation Cologne

Theodor-Babilon-Strasse 1-3
50679 Cologne

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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.

Surfplanet Datacenter

Surfplanet GmbH
Am Springborn 1
51063 Cologne

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Surfplanet GmbH offers Colocation and housingsolutions in Cologne Germany. Datacenter is connected via 2x10Gbit to Globalcrossing and Netcologne.

Interoute Cologne

Interoute Communications Ltd
Max-Planck-Strasse 36
50354 Hurth

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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), Darmstadt (1), Dortmund (2), Dresden (5), Düsseldorf (12), Erfurt (2), Essen (1), Falkenstein (1), Frankfurt (49), Freiburg (2), Halle Saale (1), Hamburg (14), Hannover (2), Herford (1), Jena (1), Karlsruhe (2), Kiel (3), Leipzig (6), Magdeburg (1), Mahlow (1), Mannheim (4), Munich (18), 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.
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