Co-location
Services

Perfect storage for your IT assets and for accessing New Zealand’s telco network.

Deploy your IT assets in our data centres or exchanges located nationwide. 

Co-location is a cost-effective way to get into the heart of New Zealand’s core telecommunications network and allows you to provide both domestic and international services to your customers. Co-location gives you access to the connectivity services that we and other New Zealand telecommunications providers offer.

Spark’s Optical Transport Network (OTN) underpins our connectivity solutions.  With this fast, low latency, high-capacity backbone nationwide; flexible, high-speed connectivity is available to (or between) our data centres and exchanges.

Space is available in any one of our 15 data centres and 31 exchanges - each delivers superior uptime, security and service availability. 

Our secure remote hands function allows you to run your servers and computing equipment from anywhere in the world.

All our locations offer 24/7 monitored access.

 

Secure assets


Safeguard your equipment and services with 24/7 monitoring, electronic rack locks and robust incident management access processes.

Reliable


Continue operating, thanks to top Civil Defence status, even when the going gets tough.

Carrier neutral


Spark co-location facilities welcome all carriers and parties, giving them access to the fibre distribution frame - 'meet me point'.

24/7 support


Get help when you need it, where you want it, with our nationally-based and highly trained telco and IT field engineers.

Lower costs


Keep costs under control with simple interconnects and space and connectivity bundles.

Coverage

Co-location space is available in any one of our 15 data centres and 31 exchanges across New Zealand.

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Key features

  • Space via our 15 tier 2 and 3 data centres and 31 exchanges
  • Rack, cage or room rent options
  • Remote hands to run equipment remotely
  • 24/7 monitored access
  • Electronic lock options that you can customise
  • Incident management process
  • State-of-the-art power and cooling systems
  • Highest priority Civil Defence status
  • Carrier neutral offering:
    • Meet Me Rooms (MMR) at data centres
    • Central connection at exchanges via a Main Optical Fibre Distribution Frame (MOFDF)