Keeping you out in Front – A next generation data centre in the core of downtown Toronto
REDUCED OPERATING COSTS
Demand for data centre space in Canada has been burgeoning with competitive operating costs, low electricity rates, abundant and reliable power and water sources, and the opportunity to implement free cooling initiatives — all within a legal structure that reflects high regard for personal and corporate privacy. The Canadian weather also lends itself to a “green” data centre, while the Greater Toronto Area is safe from most natural disasters.
The Greater Toronto Area is the third largest financial centre and fifth largest metro area in the US and Canada, with access to 140 million residents within a 500 mile radius, more than any other major city-region in North America.
You will have access to Toronto’s large and qualified workforce of 3.5 million, including over 125,000 professionals in ICT-related occupations.
281 Front Street is located under 20 minutes from Canada’s largest airport, Toronto Pearson International, offering non-stop flights to 29 Canadian, 50 US and 105 international destinations — including many major US cities located within a 90 minute flight radius. The data centre Toronto is also served regularly by the TTC transit system, which connects to Union Station and GO Train, Via Rail and the new Pearson-Union express train service.
The Greater Toronto Area is the third largest financial centre and fifth largest metro area in the US and Canada, with access to 140 million residents within a 500 mile radius, more than any other major city region in North America.