Data centres in Slovakia

Data Center Map, a free web service acting as the link between providers and clients in the data centre industry, making it easier for clients to find potential providers matching their needs, lists collocation data centres in Bratislava, Košice, Prešov and Banská Bystrica. Based on it Slovak Telekom is the biggest operator with the most data centres and the biggest capacity.

Data Center Map, a free web service acting as the link between providers and clients in the data centre industry, making it easier for clients to find potential providers matching their needs, lists collocation data centres in Bratislava, Košice, Prešov and Banská Bystrica. Based on it Slovak Telekom is the biggest operator with the most data centres and the biggest capacity.

Some data centres in Bratislava:

- Datacube – a carrier-neutral data centre operated by DCBA, www.data-cube.sk
- Digitalis – a ‘green’ data centre of Vnet, www.vnet.sk
- GTS Slovakia DC – a data centre of GTS Slovakia, www.gts.sk
- Orange TechPark – a Trier 3-certified data centre of Orange Slovenko, www.orange.sk
- Perpetuus – a data centre of CNC company, www.perpetuus.sk
- Telekom DataCenter – a data centre of Slovak Telekom, www.telekom.sk

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