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is simple

From design and construction to operations and maintenance, EdgePoint brings together a complete ecosystem to offers customers a turn-key solution that’s as easy to implement as traditional colocation.

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is fast

EdgePoint facilities arrive fully integrated with all your servers and systems installed, tested, and ready to come online; meaning customers get compute and storage capacity in 6 months or less.

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is everywhere

Whether in a green-field, existing shell-space, or even placed on a roof, EdgePoint facilities can be placed anywhere our customers need; in under-served markets or closer to end users.

Electrical systems that are designed with 2N or N+1 redundancy, concurrently maintainable, and can support the highest densities in the industry.
Fully redundant and integrated cooling takes advantage of the latest technologies including economization, variable speed fans, and next-generation management and controls.
Fully modular shells are constructed from pre-cast wind-rated concrete panels, designed to withstand natural disasters and minimize ongoing maintenance.

How is EdgePoint different?

We believe a customer should be able to order a megawatt of IT capacity distributed across 100 sites, just as simply as they could order wholesale capacity at a single location.

More than just designing and constructing modular datacenters, EdgePoint Systems brings together an entire ecosystem from real-estate sourcing, design and construction, integration, and finally support and ongoing maintenance.

Whether the site is out in your backyard, or the Australian outback, your sites come on line with zero touch from your team.

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Present state of the internet

Data centers and capacity need to be everywhere, closer to the end user, and demand-reactive.

Our applications today rely on centralized, titanic-class, facilities that place inherent limits on latency and scaling.  

While this architecture might support a video streaming service, it is ill-equipped to serve next-generation applications such as VR, AR, cloud gaming, autonomous vehicles, and more.

What could the internet do if every city had 20 facilities, within 100 microseconds of an end user?