Pori Data Center

  • Ficolo’s data center in Ulvila, western Finland, is located inside Finnish bedrock in an underground network of tunnels.
  • Originally quarried by the Finnish Defence Forces in the 1960s, the facility is now fully owned by Ficolo after being decades almost empty.
  • The modular structure of the data center provides excellent prerequisites for security and scalability. Into the premises have been built shared data centers but also fully customised and customer dedicated data centers.
  • The tunnel halls are independent from each other allowing customers to have e.g. two entirely independent data centers in the same premises.
  • The facility comprises of 9 separate tunnel halls (500m2 and 800m2), in total of 8500m2.
  • The bedrock data center provides built-in security which have been enhanced with modern security solutions.
  • The data center environment has been built to guarantee high availability, generators and a separate UPS system to ensure the reliability of the power supply.
  • The data center is carrier neutral. Fibre connectivity is available from all main carriers in Finland.
  • In terms of environmental impacts, energy efficiency and 100% wind-powered operations withstand international comparison.

Tampere Data Center

  • Modern Intelligent Edge data center for Cloud Delivery
  • Full range of colocation, capacity, connectivity and multi-cloud services for local needs
  • Cloud connectivity node for Tampere region
  • Connectivity from multiple operators
  • Availability designed to comply with Tier III level
  • Central location
  • Address: Pakkahuoneenkatu 2, Pendolino building

Helsinki Data Center

  • Ficolo Helsinki DC Park – Location for different cloud and DC players from colocation to build-to-suit hyperscale
  • Regional Edge for European and Global providers
  • in operation 2019
  • Modern Intelligent Edge data center for Cloud Delivery, Wholesale Cloud and Cloud On-Ramp
  • Full range of colocation, capacity, connectivity and multi-cloud services for global needs
  • Central multi-cloud connectivity node
  • Connectivity services from multiple operators
  • Cloud Delivery, Cloud Connectivity, Cloud Assurance, Cloud Security, Multi-Cloud Control