Our Datacenter

Our Data Centers

Regardless of which Omni Links product you choose – our high-performance web hosting, managed servers, cloud servers, dedicated root servers, or colocation services – you can rely on our state-of-the-art and environmentally-friendly infrastructure. Our three data center parks in Nuremberg, Germany; Falkenstein/Vogtland, Germany; and Helsinki, Finland; as well as our location in Ashburn, VA, USA, provide you with multi-redundant network connections to important Internet exchanges. So your internet presence will benefit from speedy loadtimes and top performance.

  • Data Center Park Nuremberg, Germany
  • Data Center Park Falkenstein, Germany
  • Data Center Park Helsinki, Finland
  • Data Center Ashburn, Virginia, USA



  • AC: 230V, 16A
  • Redundant UPS facilities
  • Battery mode: Approx. 15 minutes
  • Standby power system
  • Diesel power generator for autonomous mode
  • Power is supplied via a raised floor system



  • Energy efficient direct free cooling N+2 redundancy
  • Cold aisle containment
  • Under-floor air conditioning
  • Higher than average raised floor system
  • Monitoring of air temperature and server/distribution cabinets



  • 5,500 sq m of colocation floor space
  • Optional location in Nuremberg, Falkenstein or Helsinki
  • Up to 49 rack height units (1 U) in 19” racks
  • Extra deep racks
  • Optional cold aisle containment
  • 24/7 access and on-site service
  • Separate work and relax area
  • Optional ISDN line installation



  • Modern early warning fire system; covers all data center park facilities and includes an automatic fire alarm system that uses aspirating smoke detectors
  • Direct connection of the data center’s fire alarm system to the local fire and rescue coordination center; includes fault monitoring
  • Fire detectors include alarms
  • Separation of the various fire protection areas by fire proof doors
  • Doors automatically shut when system detects smoke
  • Handheld CO₂ fire extinguishers and portable wheeled CO₂ fire extinguishers in every data center unit
  • DC units (buildings) separated from each other with a gap in between them to prevent fire from spreading (flashover) until fire department arrives
  • Gaps between DC units adhere to required minimum distances
  • Designated fire-fighting spaces for every data center; spaces kept clear at all times
  • Rooms for transformers, medium-voltage stations, and battery rooms built with firewalls and fireproof doors
  • Cable ducts in firewalls are sealed for at least 90 minutes
  • Ventilation ducts in the firewalls equipped with self-closing fire dampers
  • Designated Datacenter staff members are fire protection officers and helpers; they communicate regularly with local fire departments
  • Fire protection plans for every data center; these take into account any differences in structural design

Due to local conditions, there may be differences between the various data center parks.



  • Bilingual personnel (German/English)
  • 24/7 service by qualified personnel
  • Installation work by qualified technicians



  • Video-monitored high-security perimeter fencing around the entire data center park
  • Entry via electronic access control terminals with a transponder key or admission card
  • Ultra-modern surveillance cameras for 24/7 monitoring of access routes, entrances, security door interlocking systems and server rooms



  • Latest hardware appliances
  • Sophisticated perimeter security technologies
  • Automated system that can protect your web applications, websites, servers, and IT infrastructure
  • Attempted botnet communications thwarted



  • Certified in accordance with DIN ISO/IEC 27001
  • Internationally recognized standard for information security
  • Certification for all of our data center parks and entire infrastructure
  • Verification for our continuous assessment of and sustained improvements to security standards