Our Data Centers
Our data centers at a glance
SysEleven has two main data centers in Berlin that have successfully been in operation for over 14 years and 8 km apart from one another. Over the years, our locations have developed into one of the most important telecommunication nodes and housing centers in the region. The locations share excellent accessibility in the city as well as redundant power supply and numerous carriers between them. This makes them the best connected nodes in the entire region.
In addition, SysEleven has also had another data center in Frankfurt am Main since 2021. Frankfurt is the leading data center market in Germany and is one of the largest data center markets in Europe. The city’s geographic location allows connections to Eastern and Western Europe, along with the Nordics and the Middle East (via Turkey), making it a very well-connected hub. The Frankfurt 1 Data Center is the main site of NTT, which has a total of more than 65,000 m² of data center and technical space.
All facts in detail
More than 16 years of experience in operating several highly available and redundant data centers under the CarrierColo brand make IPB one of the leading data center providers in Berlin.
100 % reliable & secure
Our data centers shine with first-class infrastructure and the best service, including a redundant and uninterrupted power supply — including an emergency backup supply. This also includes full climate control and 365/24/7 security on call, and much more! At all locations, you benefit from high security, modern fire safety, and a redundant and secured power supply.
Our Berlin data centers contain 16 redundant physical networks. Thus they have the largest concentration of fiberoptic networks in Berlin. Both data centers are connected to important European Internet exchanges — BCIX, ECIX/Megaport, NL-IX, Community-IX — and have peers with more than 100 network providers.
Guaranteed climate neutral
Our Berlin data centers are operated with certified eco-friendly energy, which is drawn from 100% renewable sources — for a better CO2 balance! Both data centers are also carrier neutral — and that since 2003!