Customized data centers that meet your Edge specifications
100% Customer Defined
Hyperlocal to Hyperscale. Any size. Anywhere. Any Deployment. We work with you every step of the way to deliver the data center solutions your business demands – the scale you need, where you need it, when you need it. Build To Order facilities are built to your specifications, to meet your needs in a rapid timeframe. Working together, we empower your edge.
Benefits & Differentiators
We work with our customers to build the Edge they need, where they need it, for optimized access and proximity to content, cloud, networks, and end users.
We quickly locate, secure, build, and deliver data center solutions where our customers need to be.
With high-density power available at up to 30kW per rack, EdgeConneX enables the highest levels of efficiency and capacity for today’s servers and applications, and tomorrow’s.
Build To Order
Build-To-Order means just that — we work with you, with network providers, power companies, and local resources to deliver what you need, anywhere around the globe.
Our expert project management team partners with our customers and with network and cable operators to identify the most optimal locations to Empower Your Edge.
Our unique self-service management application, offering visibility into every aspect of data center operations across all EdgeConneX facilities, from a single pane of glass.
We are thrilled to partner with EdgeConneX to innovate new network solutions and data center infrastructure for customers using the transpacific subsea cables. Together, our companies have brought the industry a faster and more cost-efficient model to handle the insatiable growth in content and cloud services traversing the globe.
Dan Stoll, President, Electric Lightwave
Enterprises need to start thinking about an Edge strategy to complement their Cloud strategies, which means connectivity will play a more important role than ever in the Enterprises of tomorrow.
Ed Smith, Head of Europe, Megaport
Gartner believes the topology of networked data centers will push over the next five years from a centralized, mega data center approach, to one augmented by multiple, smaller, distributed sources and sinks of content and information, whether located in distributed, enterprise-owned data centers, hosting providers, colocation or the cloud.