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All of myLoc managed IT AG's data centres are accessible through direct and redundant optical fibre lines. Many carriers are already represented in the data centres. Using cross-connects, connections are switched within and between the individual data centres at transparent prices, flexibly and at short notice.

This allows connections of all kinds to be realised – ranging from copper-based Cat 6 right to single and multimode optical-fibre-based cabling. When connecting its customers to the Internet, myLoc managed IT AG makes use of its own backbone network. The use of our own backbone network allows a direct connection to important European exchange points and carriers. Here it is possible to realise connections with bandwidths of up to 10 gigabit/s.

Redundant optical fibre cabling

The data centres are equipped with redundantly laid glass fibre cables, so they are constantly accessible.

Cross-connects between the data centres

Via cross-connects it is possible to establish connections between as well as among the data centres at transparent prices.

Own backbone with 340 Gbits

myLoc managed IT AG operates its own IP network with multiple optical fibre connections, which connect up the network nodes in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and London.

The main carriers for the Düsseldorf data centre

Every notable and relevant carrier is represented in the data centres of myLoc managed IT AG. It is up to you to choose the network provider you want to handle your data traffic. This way you are always free to decide each time which carrier best corresponds to your specific needs in the respective business situation. If you like we can help you here too.

  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Level 3
  • Interoute
  • Lambdanet (euNetworks)
  • Vodafone
  • COLT Telecom
  • euNetworks
  • Gasline
  • Cogent Communications
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The data centres' own backbone

myLoc managed IT AG operates its own IP network with multiple optical fibre connections, which connect up the network nodes in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and London. High-availability access to all the main carriers and exchange points is realised through redundant routers and optical fibre connections. Peering agreements ensure fast connections with important IPs. State-of-the-art hardware from Brocade and Cisco ensures the highest in data throughput for you, with low latency and no packet losses whatsoever.

The Network Operation Centre (NOC) at myLoc managed IT AG ensures that the entire network is monitored around the clock.

  • Redundantly designed backbone with a 340 gigabit/s external connection
  • Connection to all important carriers and exchange points (DE-CIX, AMS-IX, ECIX)
  • Customer connections of up to 10 gigabit/s possible
  • 24/7 monitoring of the network by our own NOC