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Toronto Data Centre Solutions

3 Data Centres in Toronto

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Toronto Data Centres and Colocation

Support your fast-growing Toronto, Ontario needs with colocation and data centre services from single cabinet to customizable suites to help you quickly deploy secure, flexible IT architecture with the local expertise and ability to scale globally. Explore how Digital Realty’s PlatformDIGITAL® supports enterprises in Toronto with Data Hub, Control Hub and Network Hub availability.

Compliance & Sustainability Certifications Available in the Toronto Metro

  • SOC 2
  • SOC 3
  • SOC 2 Mapping: NIST 800-53, HIPAA, and ISO 27001


  • LEED Silver

Toronto Area Highlights

  • Premiere wholesale facility
  • Up to 54MW of critical load capacity
  • Customizable & flexible power
  • 1.25 PUE annualised at full capacity

With 24/7/365 onsite security personnel, Digital Realty's data centres and colocation solutions provide the security infrastructure whenever and wherever you need it.

Learn more about the unique offerings at each Toronto area data centre location below.

1 Century Place

Vaughan, L4L 8R2
  • Utility Power Capacity: 27,600 kW
  • Total Building Size: 711,000 ft²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

151 Front St

Toronto, M5J 2N1
  • Utility Power Capacity: 800 kW
  • Total Building Size: 6,900 ft²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

371 Gough Road

Markham, L3R 4B6
  • Utility Power Capacity: 10,000 kW
  • Total Building Size: 104,300 ft²
  • UPS Redundancy: 2N
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

City of the Future with a Competitive Edge

Toronto is Canada's financial and business capital, according to local government officials. Rated as one of the top four global cities with economic clout (Cities of Opportunities Report, PwC, 2014), and topping the North American Cities of the Future, fDi, behind only New York, Toronto is a dynamic, diverse, rising city that provides the ideal business environment for companies looking for a competitive advantage.

Toronto is the fourth largest city in North America, with 2.8 million residents. One-quarter of Canada's population is located within 160 km (100 miles) of the city and more than 60 percent of the population of the U.S. is within a 90-minute flight.

The city’s more than 89,800 businesses choose from a large, highly skilled, multilingual workforce of 1.4 million people – one sixth of the country's workforce – with 64 percent of Toronto residents between the ages of 25 and 64 having a post-secondary education.

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