Our Data Centers
Tier3+ approved data centers
We design our data centers to accommodate Kubernetes clusters, bare-metal servers, storage, and colocation.
Our data centers provide highly flexible and resilient facilities, including redundant power and cooling.
CPH1 & CPH2
Denmark is a world leading country in wind energy production and wind turbine production. In 2014 Denmark produced 57.4% of its net electricity generation from renewable energy sources. Denmark has ambitious renewable energy goals for the future, including using renewable energy for 100% of its energy needs in all sectors by 2050. In addition, Denmark has - just like Germany - a stable political system, no weather related challenges, and premium global infrastructure. Denmark is a very small country and enjoy a friendly and highly educated population.
Only ASERGO authorized personnel is allowed to enter our premises. Colocation facilities are separated from our hosting premises and accessible to customers with valid access cards, IDs, and physical keys.
Each of our data centers has multiple, isolated locations that we call Availability Zones. Availability Zones are more than just unique physical areas within the data center facilities; they contain redundant power distribution and network access.
Germany enjoys a stable political system, no weather related challenges, and a premium global infrastructure, making Berlin a perfect location for your data center choice. Berlin is the capital of Germany, and the economic center of the European Union. It is a city famous for its diversity, tolerance and understanding, and its citizens are greatly involved in the city’s diverse culture.