Hyve has chosen Telehouse International as a colocation partner to help meet growing sustainability demands.
Hyve will house IT infrastructure at Telehouse’s London Dockland’s data centre campus, in an effort to improve the sustainability of its mission-critical cloud, managed security and dedicated hosting services.
Telehouse was chosen as colocation provider in part because of its green credentials, with its London data centres powered by 100% renewable energy procured from wind, solar, biomass and hydro generators. Telehouse also provides compliance with GHG Protocol Scope 2 and international ISO standards in Environment and Energy Management.
James Annetts, Infrastructure Manager at Hyve, said, “Climate change is transforming the way we all use energy, and customers are rightly demanding greater action from their cloud hosting providers on sustainability issues. We have ambitious environmental goals and will only work with data centre providers who actively strive to make sustainability a central part of their business operations. Telehouse was the perfect choice for us, offering not only a secure and sustainable location to house our infrastructure but the flexibility and scalability we need to support our future growth.”
Tipu Ali, Account Manager at Telehouse added, “For cloud service providers like Hyve, having a safe, sustainable and resilient data centre is critical. Customers expect the best standards in security, uptime, and latency, but more importantly, that services are delivered with minimal impact on the environment. Colocation is a key enabler in driving improvements in energy efficiency, and only those providers that put sustainability at the forefront of their operations will be well-equipped to rise to the challenges ahead.”