Montréal’s Leading Network Neutral Colocation Provider
Cologix maintains approximately 100,000 SQF spanning seven Montréal data centers throughout the city. Our central Meet-Me-Room (MMR) at 1250 Rene Levesque Boulevard offers access to 75+ different network service providers. Customers recognize the strategic value of this market as an interconnection gateway to North America and an attractive alternative to markets like New York City. We continue to build on our 10-year legacy in Montréal as the city’s oldest and first colocation provider, with the most carriers available.
SoftLayer Cloud Service Capabilities
SoftLayer has core Canadian network nodes deployed within our data centers in Toronto and Montréal as part of IBM Cloud’s investment aimed at extending its cloud service capabilities in Canada and throughout the world. To meet a growing demand for hybrid cloud solutions, SoftLayer provides the only completely integrated infrastructure as a service (IaaS) solution in the industry. Our customers can create a direct, secure, reliable connection to the SoftLayer platform through a simple Cologix interconnection within a protected, redundant, enterprise-grade data center environment. For more information, contact the Cologix Team or visit the SoftLayer website.
Google Cloud Platform Connection
Direct peering with Google allows enterprises to connect into the Google Cloud Platform within Cologix’s Montréal data center via a secure, high-capacity, enterprise-grade interconnection solution. For more information, contact the Cologix Team or visit the Google Cloud Platform website.
Connect to network and cloud service providers in Montreal
We are excited to develop our services and access a large customer base through the 1250 René-Lévesque Cologix Data Center in Montreal. This is the only data center in Montreal where all the networks connect, presenting us to the clients seeking our high-performance hosting solutions.
Montréal Data Centre Quick Facts
Direct access to AWS, GCP, MSFT Azure, Softlayer/IBM
2nd largest city in Canada with over 4 million residents
Gateway city for traffic to Europe and U.S.—sits at the intersection of the “Northern Ring” and fiber from subsea Atlantic landing stations in Halifax
Home to QIX, the Montréal Internet Exchange (www.qix.ca)
Ranked 3rd in North America for ICT job growth
3rd lowest electricity prices based on comparative index among utilities of 21 major North American cities