Colocation With DataHive

Colocation with DataHive

DataHive’s strategy is to provide the best possible solutions, services and support to help clients colocate their servers safely and securely. In the present-day business environment, every business, large or small must have the assurance that their sensitive and important electronic information will not be jeopardized in any way.

Customers requiring their own private colocation space, have access to private suites or caged colocation space built to exact specifications and size requirements.

The data centre is connected to the Internet through multiple redundant high speed Internet lines using Juniper routers. Shaw, Zayo, and Hurricane Electric provide the primary Internet connectivity. DataHive is a carrier-neutral facility providing clients the advantage of choosing from over thirty Tier-1 Internet backbone carriers.

Clients are guaranteed plenty of excess Internet capacity, so clients never have to be concerned about bandwidth requirements. We guarantee a maximum average utilization of 70%. DataHive’s metric for Internet line upgrades is to have 30% excess capacity during peak load times, regardless of how many high-speed lines we already have. DataHive addresses this as a core business policy.

DataHive’s facility employs a redundant power system, including a UPS Bypass switch, generator, climate control, fire suppression, and 24 x 7 video monitoring. Access to the facility is protected by mantrap doors and state-of-the-art biometrics, as well as digitally encrypted keys for rack access. Clients have full-time, online viewing of their bandwidth usage.

All services include 24 x 7 x 365 technical support. Clients are provided with phone numbers, email addresses, and instant messenger information to contact support staff directly, day or night, seven days a week.

To request a tour of the DataHive facility, please contact us at 403-313-1106 or email

DataHive’s colocation services are an excellent choice when 24 x 7 access to servers is required without the cost of building and maintaining an in-house data centre.