Data Centre & Co-location

The Internet Centre provides a secure data centre facility on the south side of Edmonton, Alberta for customers looking to physically host one or more servers directly on our fully gigabit BGP peered network. Our building features power conditioning and battery backup via a large Mitsubishi UPS, as well as a 180kW diesel generator, and an automatic failover system in the event of a power outage. We provide solutions for those in need of any amount of space: per rack-unit, half rack, or full rack. Customization is also available for power, networking, and non-standard equipment like tower servers. We can even link your equipment to the rooftop if you need a line-of-sight or GPS visibility!

Service Type Shared Half Rack (19-21U) Full Rack(40-42U)
Monthly Cost $100 per rack unit $890 $1490
Setup Fee $150 $350 $500
Ethernet Interface one 100 Mbit, $60/mo one 100 Mbit, included one 100 Mbit, included
Power two 110V receptacles one 110V 20A circuit two 110V 20A circuits
IP Addressing /30 network /29 network /29 network
Monthly Traffic 250 GB + 50 GB per U 1,000 GB 1,500 GB
Access escorted, 9-5 Mon-Fri unescorted, 24/7 unescorted, 24/7

We also offer customizations, like:

  • Tower & other non-rackmount server hosting
  • Additional IP addressing
  • Custom wiring & networking
  • Additional & custom power
  • Bulk traffic increase at $10/mo per 100 GB

Please contact us for pricing and information about these custom services.

Additionally, bundling our other services with colocation has even more benefits. Compared to most other colocation & connectivity providers, you will face fewer hops and low latency. If security is a paramount concern, we can customize networking to create a single point of entry for your network in our data centre, and help you find & purchase a solid edge device to firewall your important information. Bundling can as well greatly reduce traffic usage, as we measure traffic only when it leaves or enters our network. This means that data within our network – say, a nightly backup, from an office connected with our DSL to a server in our data centre – is not measured.