Network-i

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Network-i
IndustryCloud computing
Founded5 June 1996
Headquarters,
Area served
EMEA and United States of America
ProductsInfrastructure as a service
Websitewww.network-i.net

Network-i Ltd is a datacentre company headquartered in Slough, Berkshire, England. The company provides hosting, colocation, network & cloud based services from its datacentres located in the United Kingdom, Europe & the US.

In 2006, the company was the first datacentre operator worldwide to gain ISO 27001:2005 accreditation. Network-i opened a second datacentre in January 2009.

On 5 August 2010 Network-i was acquired by Virtustream a provider of cloud computing management software, infrastructure as a service and managed services to enterprises, governments and service providers.

Datacentres[edit]

Network-i operates two ISO 27001 certified carrier-neutral datacentres in the UK, and through its parent company Virtustream an additional two datacentres based in the US & Europe.

Network[edit]

Network-i operates its own wide area networks (WAN) both within the UK and the United States.

The company maintains links from each of its UK datacentres to the London Internet Exchange (AKA "LINX") where it offers breakout services to carriers and other datacentres.

Cloud computing and colocation services[edit]

Network-i offers traditional Infrastructure as a Service, managed hosting and colocation centre services.