Prescient Data Centres operate Northern Ireland’s first commercial carrier-neutral data centre. We provide colocation, connectivity and other data-centre solutions to local, national and international clients. Located within the Atlantic Link Enterprise Campus, Prescient DC’s world-class facility offers super-efficient and exceptionally resilient, high-security data storage. We also have the flexibility to satisfy businesses from those with small-scale needs through to those with wholesale requirements.
Take a look at our world-class Northern Ireland data centre
Prescient Data Centres’ modern purpose-built 45,000 sq ft data centre features six data halls providing space from a quarter rack to 21,000 sq ft, configured to your specification.
Explore our data-centre colocation options
Whether you’re simply seeking rack space for a few servers or require an entire hall together with a package of managed support services, Prescient DC can meet your needs.
Enjoy carrier-neutral connectivity
Unlike some data centres, we provide access to a range of network providers. This gives you freedom to choose from multiple national and international low-latency, high-capacity connectivity options.
Discover what sets Prescient DC apart from other operators
First and foremost, we are specialists in developing the most innovative, professional and flexible data centre solutions. But three aspects of our approach really help us stand out from the crowd.
Benefit from our superior support services
Our data-centre support services are designed to meet your every need. They’re available even before your hardware is installed in our data centre as we provide a relocation service too.
Prescient Data Centres partners with Ulster University and Causeway Connections to create the ‘Digital Business Ideation’
This inaugural Digital Business Ideation, which was hosted by Prescient Data Centres and expertly facilitated by Professor Daniel Broby from Ulster University Business School in collaboration with Causeway Connections took place last month and aimed to develop an understanding of and start to improve the digital economy and boost the North Coast’s economy. It also aimed to work with students at Ulster University on the Enterprise Placement Programme, connecting students and business leaders in a unique mentoring scheme.