Aruba operates carrier-neutral Data Centers. Many national and international Tier-1 telecommunication carriers operate within each site, with whom our clients are free to manage their own partnerships.
See all the carriers that you can find at our data centers.
If your carrier is not on the list, don't worry. Our data centers are connected via dark fiber infrastructures to the main Neutral Access Points (NAP). This offers access to tens of other national and international carriers via low latency connections.
At the IT3 Data Center, traffic can be exchanged with all the operators on the Milan Internet eXchange in Milan, thanks to the MIX Point of Presence.
We offer DWDM optical transport solutions to MIX. A double dark fiber infrastructure connected to the IT3 Data Center offers customers connections of up to 100 Gb/s.
Aruba offers managed connectivity services. You can purchase one or more connections to the Internet with a mix of multi-provider connectivity managed directly by Aruba.
From 100 Mb to 10 Gb (including multiple)
National and international ISPs
Multiple levels of redundancy
The multiple connections, with the perfect mix of Italian and international operators, ensure high standards of performance and redundancy.
A physical connection from your company base to the data center where your racks are hosted. With the dedicated fiber, you can rely on a turnkey interconnection service via dark fiber between all your IT equipment, distributed between different specified locations.
The development of a private network means you can interconnect different company offices. The specified locations will communicate with each other via the Aruba network, as though they were connected to a switch, but without the need for point-to-point connections.
You can visit our data centers in Italy and the Czech Republic.
Come and see our infrastructures for yourself, or ask for more information.
The term ‘Tier’ was used for the ANSI/TIA 942-B-2017 standard until the March 2014 version. In the March 2014 version, the term ‘Tier’ was replaced by ‘Rating’.