We offer colocation services in Manchester, Leeds, London, and Geneva data-centres — contact us to discuss your specific requirements.

Need to host your own equipment somewhere? We have UK colocation in Manchester, Leeds and London; and offshore colocation in Geneva, Switzerland.

We provide the rackspace and the power, cooling, and access control for your server colocation — you provide the servers or routers. We can also take care of connectivity and network services such as IP addresses, private VLANs, inter-site connectivity, and other bespoke requirements.

Our infrastructure has diverse power feeds and carrier neutral multiple network interconnections and we’re accommodating enough to colocate anything from a Raspberry Pi right up to however many “U” of servers you need. All our colocation facilities are powered by renewable energy, and will tick your auditor’s boxes: ISO27001, ISO14001, ISO9001, PCI-DSS, fire suppression, UPS power with back-up generators.

Want something offshore? We are able to offer limited amounts of Geneva colocation, with industry-leading energy efficiency.

We have more hosting options via dedicated and VPS servers, with a range of management possibilities. We are able to offer a blend of dedicated, colocated, and cloud hosting with private interconnectivity across all platforms and in multiple sites.

Colocation Pricing

Location Cost per month
(per U)
Power included
(per U)
Reynolds House, Manchester £60 50W
AQL DC2, Leeds £70 50W
Telehouse North, London £110 50W
Telehouse West, London £90 50W
Interxion, London £70 50W
Geneva, Switzerland £40 50W
All prices exclude VAT continuous draw


We offer customers who colocate with us in Manchester or London across multiple sites we offer diverse 1Gbit/sec connectivity for a one-off setup cost of just £300 per site. We also provide diverse metro wavelengths between our Manchester sites or our London sites which customers can light with 1Gbit/sec, 10Gbit/sec, or faster optics.


ISO27001 accredited and PCI DSS compliant

1Gbps fibre

1Gbps internet access ports, A + B feeds available

24/7 access

24/7 access to equipment can be granted

Remote hands

Remote/smart hands available

Flexible pricing

Flexible commercial models are supported, including cost per kW/amp


Mains supply on 'Priority A' ring, (N+N) UPS redundancy

Tier III

Tier III facilities with backup diesel generation

HSRP Failover server enclosures

HSRP Failover server enclosures

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