Secure and flexible space built to your specifications

With a total of 10,500+m2 of data center server space and a maximum IT load of 20MW, our Zurich 1 Data Center offers optimal solutions for housing IT and network systems to many organizations, especially those involved around the financial services sector. As a major hub for ICT in Europe, Zurich is also home to major technology companies where we are available to support their data center demands and accelerated digitization efforts.



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20MW of critical IT load, separate, dual UPS systems (A- and B-supply) with 2N redundancy per data center building and two independent off-site substation feeds with a maximum of 30MVA of power.

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Carrier-neutral with connectivity to the Swiss IX (Internet Exchange), access to leading public, private and hybrid cloud providers, redundant Carrier-Meet-Me-Rooms.

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Highly efficient chiller systems with free-cooling integrated or separated recoolers and own-programmed, weather-dependent energy management systems.

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24/7 Security Operations Center and Service Control Center, standardized security processes and the multilevel security zone principle and video surveillance systems for the external perimeter, plant areas and data halls.

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Why Zurich

Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and is home to one of the world’s largest financial centers. Many of Switzerland’s largest companies are headquartered in Zurich and it's also a major hub for ICT in Europe. The city is also a leader of innovation that is emerging as a thriving start-up location.

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