Why your business should trust Prescient Data Centres with your data and equipment

As Northern Ireland’s first purpose-built, commercial carrier neutral data centre, Prescient Data Centres provide colocation, connectivity and other data-centre solutions to local, national and international clients. Based in Coleraine, which is just a one-hour drive from Belfast, Prescient Data Centres is known for being a safe and secure space for businesses to store their data and equipment.

Client Spotlight: AG Paving & Building Supplies

Prescient Data Centres are empowering Northern Ireland’s growth in the digital economy and connecting providers of global IT Services, cloud and content delivery solutions. With ultra-low latency networks to North America and mainland Europe, [...]

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.

Prescient Data Centres is powering a future for green data

As Northern Ireland businesses gear up to navigate an uncertain 2023, Northern Ireland’s only purpose-built data centre, Prescient Data Centres, have doubled-down on their commitment to providing an energy-efficient, carrier neutral data centre facility which offers flexible solutions for enterprises of all sizes and requirements. 

Five reasons colocation makes perfect business sense

An increasing number of businesses are shifting their operations from in-house server rooms to colocation or data centre facilities. Colocation is the practice of housing privately-owned servers and networking equipment in a third-party data centre. It gives a business the opportunity to house servers on a site that provides the infrastructure and physical security to keep its deployment secure and operational all year round. The list of benefits involved with data centre colocation is an extensive one, but here are the top five...

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