Did you know that there is a Data Centre in Toronto that is directly interconnected to one of the largest fiber networks in Europe?
EXA colocation sites are all interconnected via dark fibre - providing virtually unlimited connectivity to over 500 PoPs. Our dark-fibre and transport services connect to all major Data Centres, cloud on-ramps, and peering locations on our footprint. Our facilities are carrier neutral and offer a wide range of IP, WAN and Cloud connectivity options via our partners.
Our facility in Toronto provides double fibre entry and diverse paths within the building connecting directly to the EXA Infrastructure network. It has a diverse 288 fiber ring connection to the 151 Front Street West (Canada largest and most important carrier hotel) and there is a colocation and POP facility in that location as well.
Toronto Data Centre specs
Address: EXA, Suite 9f-101, 35 John Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada, M5V 3G6
Location: 43° 38’ 51.72” N/79° 23’ 25.08” W
Power & cooling
Total power supply to site: 900 kVa
Total generator power: 900 kVA Total
UPS power: 1000 kVA
Cooling type: DX
Total cooling: 420 kW
Gross size of datacentre: 465 m²
Net size of client space: 245 m²
Building type: Reinforced Steel, 18” concrete flrs
Building tenure: Leasehold
Number of data suites: 1
Suite expansion available: Yes - only w/i Suite
Uniform distributed loads: 850 kg/m²
Max raise floor height: N/A
Security & support
24 x 7 x 365 help desk
24 x 7 x 365 remote hands
24 x 7 x 365 on-site security guard
Critical facility monitoring
Perimeter and internal CCTV
Client access list
Fire detection & suppression
Double knock dry pipe water suppression system
Service type: Data centre, Colocation Centre
AC power: Yes
DC power: No
Cage & private suites: Yes
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Our network is the most expansive dedicated infrastructure network spanning Europe and the Atlantic, including 112,000km of fibre network.
We are constantly seeking to minimise our environmental footprint, for example, through reducing consumption and waste of materials, careful management of the sites where we operate and broad ambitions for improving the efficiency of our networks and reducing our carbon emissions.