Toronto Data Center

Our Toronto infrastructure is located in 151 Front Street West, Canada’s largest and most important carrier hotel, providing over 186 peers and 223 network carriers. The building was purpose-built in 1954 to house telegraph equipment and has evolved together with the industry. Since it was first built, it has undergone a number of upgrades in order to better serve tenants in need of ample fiber connectivity, cooling and power. This facility is well-known for its high levels of security, reliability, and connectivity. Our customers in this location can directly peer with the Toronto Internet Exchange (TorIX), in order to gain low latency access to networks throughout Eastern Canada.


  • NIST 800-53/FISMA
  • SOC 1 Type II
  • ISO 27001
  • SOC 2 Type II


  • Key card access
  • Biometric scanning
  • Man traps
  • 24/7 onsite security
  • CCTV monitoring

Power & Cooling

  • Block redundant UPS configuration
  • N+1 UPS redundancy
  • 7 x 2,000 kW diesel generators
  • N+1 standby power redundancy
  • 3,000 ton capacity
  • N+1 cooler redundancy
  • Chilled water loop connected to Enwave deep lake water cooling system


  • Carrier-agnostic
  • Multiple connections
  • Fiber, copper, coax cross-connects
  • 150+ unique networks
  • Diverse building fiber entrance
  • Direct access to Toronto Internet Exchange (TorIX)

    Looking Glass

    Check out our looking glass to perform traces and reverse traces, test ping latency, and more.