NewTelco: Ukraine Data Center
NewTelco Ukraine Data Center is located at Haidara Street, 50, Kyiv, Ukraine. The gross building size for this location has not been provided. There is a total of 1184 sqft in raised floor space for colocation. No power information has been offered for this location. We found 0 data center locations within 50 miles of this facility. No certifications are specified for this location.
NewTelco Ukraine, formed in Kiev in 2006, is a purpose-built, high-tech location that has quickly advanced to become the number one data center in the Ukraine, serving its customers with up-to-date technology and a wide array of global managed services. Due to constantly growing customer demand, NewTelco has already expanded its colocation space three times to date – proof of the company’s ongoing success.
Today, as a result of being the only carrier-neutral data center in the country for a very long time, NewTelco is not only home to virtually all of Ukraine’s national operators but also hosts many of the world’s key international telco players, which makes it the main telecommunication hub in Ukraine.
We are particularly proud to be host to the fast-growing Ukrainian Internet Exchange: DTEL-IX, connecting more than 125 operators not only from Ukraine but also from Russia and Europe, this carrier-neutral exchange is capable of handling any type of traffic and offers our customers flexible capacity that they can grow with their business needs.
Exceptional connectivity options with virtual and physical cross-connect capabilities – allowing our customers to get connected to this network-rich environment fast and reliably
Reset of equipment, activating and deactivating router, server and switches; measurement of an optical signal; verification of status; shooting and transfer of photos
Key card system, internal and external CCTV systems record and store all activity and our facial recognition scanners take and store photographs of each visitor attempting to access our facilities
Building Management Systems
All equipment, such as cooling equipment, electrical and fire control systems, is monitored around the clock and procedures in place to react to every conceivable incident 24/7