Wi-Manx London Datacentre

Telehouse North is our primary London POP and is where we aggregate customer connections, transit and peering traffic.

Wi-Manx London Datacentre

London

Wi-Manx is pleased to offer colocation and hosting in the heart of the London Docklands. Telehouse North is our primary London POP and is where we aggregate customer connections, transit and peering traffic. We can connect to customer networks in London and provide seamless, transparent connectivity to any one of our other network POPs.

Telehouse North has been the primary home of the London Internet Exchange since 1994. It operates within a 7 floor multi-storey steel and concrete construction providing high levels of security, power, cooling and technical support to put your mind at ease and ensure business continuity.

This facility offers 9,717 m2 highly secure colocation benefiting from the on-site primary substation, located on the Telehouse Docklands Campus, with total capacity of 50MVA with cooling and two 132kV power lines directly connected to the National Grid reducing transmission losses. Telehouse, London, is powered with 100% renewable energy.

 

SUSTAINABLE GREEN ENERGY

Energy is generated from renewable sources and exempt from UK climate change levy.

RESILIENT POWER

Two direct, dedicated electrical feeds from the National Grid.

N+1 REDUNDANCY

Minimum N+1 architecture throughout including power and cooling.

POWER

Up to 2KW power per rack. 9.5MVA total available power.

SECURITY

Manned security, CCTV, alarms, photo cards and proximity readers.

Power

  • Average power per rack – 1 to 3kW
  • 3 x multiple diverse power route incoming feeds
  • 4 x Generators with N +1 redundancy
  • 15 mins of UPS battery autonomy with N+1 or N+N redundancy depending on location

Cooling

  • Air conditioning at N 1 redundancy
  • The heat rejection system is 30% glycol and condensed water which utilises dry heat rejection condensers on the rooftop
  • Full function, closed control air conditioning system, with cooling, humidity and de-humidification control
  • Room design temperature: 22 degrees C, plus or minus 1 degree C. Room humidity: 50% rH. Plus 10% or minus 10% rH
  • External Temperature Design: 35 degree C Dry Bulb
  • There is a redundant “A” and “B” pipe work route to the roof top condenser system and N 1 pump system in the North Building to circulate the glycol condensed water to the data centre in-room air package equipment

Security & Access

  • Perimeter protected by alarmed fences and PIR detection
  • Gated entrances manned combined with a security management system to ensure no unauthorised access to the site
  • Movement activated CCTV coverage for the Perimeter, Entrances and Loading Docks, Common areas reception and corridors and of course our state of the art suites
  • Single point of entry to our main facilities controlled by time limited access cards combined with card Independent client card identification access system and integrated digital video camera surveillance
  • Proximity card access is provided from the main datacentre building and is issued to provide access only to authorised facilities management suites
  • Strict security processes are in place to ensure delivery and loading of goods are secure
  • Doors fitted with alarms that immediately report back to a manned security suite when unauthorised access is attempted or doors are forced or held open
  • A highly trained Security presence 24/7 to ensure that you and your nominated staff gain authorised access to the facility whenever you require, day or night

Fire Detection & Suppression

  • Very early smoke detection alarms (VESDA) installed throughout the facility
  • Fully addressable two stage fire detection system that monitors both under-floor and the room itself
  • Fully addressable two stage fire detection system that monitors both under-floor and the room itself
  • Dry sprinkler fire detection system to meet BS 5306, 3115 and with LFEPA approval.
  • Ceilings, walls, floors and doors comply with RF90 (fire resistance 90 mins) in DC areas, telecom and plant areas

  • ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Standard
  • ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System Standard
  • ISO/IEC 27001:2005 Information Security Management
  • PCI – DSS (Payment Card Industry – Data Security Standard) Attestation
  • BS 25999-2:2007 Business Continuity Management
  • The Carbon Trust Standard