10 Best Data Center Companies Worldwide

Best data center companies

Data leveraging is the currency of the 21st century. Any company that wants to succeed and compete in the online and global e-commerce market must be able to leverage data efficiently for its benefit.

And no company today can succeed without the help of data centers.

There were over 8,000 data centers in the world at last count. And the global data center market will be worth over $280 billion USD by 2032.

But no two data center facilities are alike. So, what are the best data centers in the world, and what can they do for you?

Here are the best ten in the world.

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Digital Reality

Digital Realty is a San Francisco-based data center that was founded in 2004. This data center was founded in 2004 and operates over 200 affiliated data centers in 14+ countries. Digital Reality currently employs over 1,530 workers.

Digital Reality’s business model is to offer repair and optimization services to other data centers. In other words, Digital reality is kind of like a mechanic center for other data centers. The upkeep of data center equipment is expensive and time-consuming.

Digital reality has technicians that work 24 hours a day, 365-days annually, to offer equipment upgrades, repair services, maintenance, equipment inventory, cybersecurity assessments, and more.


The Equinix data center is a data center headquartered in Redwood City, California. It was launched in 1998. Equinix manages a global network of over 200 data centers in over two dozen countries and counting.

The company employs over 7,200 employees.

Equinix offers managed services and business solutions for other companies in the global data center market. 

The company offers enhanced cryptography services that provide data centers with improved cybersecurity protection in the cloud. The Equinix Marketplace system features almost 10,000 members in over 50 markets with access to over 333,000 interconnections. 

The Equinix Marketplace system is designed to help clients solve their IT problems and access viable colocation solutions.

Data center racks closeup
Data center racks closeup

NTT Communications

NTT Communications is a data center headquartered and initially launched in Tokyo, Japan, in 1999. NTT Communications operates 50 data centers in over 17 countries and manages 310,000 employees globally.

The company offers several services like cybersecurity risk management, client IT operations management, end-user service desk, cloud system, SIP trunking and video communications, and general data center services. 

NTT Communications also offers Artificial Intelligence-enabled services like chat and virtual assistants and an in-house Internet of Things service platform.

China Telecom

China Telecom is arguably high on the list of the world’s larger data center system companies. China Telecom manages over 450 data centers in China and another ten countries.

Over 287,000 workers globally are employed by China Telecom.

China Telecom offers business solutions and consulting services to data centers, corporations, and international government agencies.

China Telecom offers various services to data centers like enhanced bandwidth, VPNs, low latency networks, and even privately leased lines for improved connectivity. The company also provides unified communications like IP connectivity, cloud conferencing, and global voice services.

China Telecom also offers cloud and IDC services like virtual private clouds, storage, and private mail servers.


Coresite is a data center corporation headquartered in Denver, Colorado, in the United States. Coresite was launched in 2001 and employs over 450 employees globally.

The company manages over 22 data center facilities in over eight countries.

Coresite offers colocation services that include maintenance, upgrades, emergency protocol cybersecurity upgrades, and more.

Data centers can consult Coresite for cloud-based services, data processing, high-tech business solutions for international corporations and government agencies, interconnection enhancement, and more.


Telehouse-KDDI is two international data center corporations that later merged. KDDI was founded in Tokyo, Japan, in 1953. 

And Telehouse was founded in London, England, in 1984. 

KDDI is the parent company of Telehouse.

Telehouse-KDDI operates over 40 data center facilities in a dozen countries and employs more than 35,000 workers globally.

The company offers enhanced inter-site connectivity and ISPs, colocation services, and virtual and onsite managed services. Managed services include hardware upgrades, onsite cabling, services, data center systems monitoring, and more.

Cyxtera Technologies

Cyxtera Technologies is a new data center company that is making a name for itself internationally. Cyxtera Technologies is headquartered in Coral Gables, Florida, and was launched in 2017.

The company manages over 60 data centers globally in nine countries and employs over 1,150 employees.

Cyxtera Technologies offers colocation on-demand services, interconnectivity, and an expansive marketplace for its providers to offer other enhanced services.


Verizon is probably the largest and most well-known communications corporation globally. Currently, Verizon is worth over $194.3 billion USD

Verizon’s headquarters are in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, and was launched in 1983. Verizon operates over 40 data centers and other communications-based services in over 150 countries and counting. 

The company employs over 140,000 employees worldwide.

Verizon’s business model offers two core services. 

One is the Business Process Application Marketing service. 

It provides clients with end-to-end monitoring down to code and business transaction monitoring.

Verizon also offers Secure Cloud Interconnectivity. And this service offers data protection to the company’s cloud service clients.

Data center racks closeup
Data center racks closeup

365 Data Centers

365 Data Centers is headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, and was launched in 2002. The corporation manages almost a dozen data centers in the United States and employs over 80 employees.

365 Data Centers offers several services. These services include network and IP, cloud, colocation, and managed services.

China Unicom 

China Unicom is headquartered in Beijing, China, and launched in 1994. 

China Unicom operates over 550 data centers throughout mainland China and Hong Kong. The corporation employs almost 250,000 employees.

China Unicom offers data services like cloud bond, interconnectivity, CDN, and customized data center services.

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Last Updated on August 2, 2022 by Josh Mahan

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