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MTL-3 is situated on the South shore of Montreal but still only minutes from the city’s center. This Tier III facility was the first of its kind in the greater Montreal area and has maintained 100% uptime since its inception in 2009. MTL-3 provides current and prospective customers additional flexibility, enhanced redundancy, and increased disaster recovery capabilities when choosing a location to house their mission-critical IT infrastructure.
First Tier III Certified Facility in Quebec
100% uptime since 2009 opening
High power density available
up to 15kW per cabinet available standard
South shore location
that avoids downtown traffic
Major carriers on-site
20+ carriers on our network and counting
Up to 15kW per cabinet standard; higher upon request
2N Tier-III design
On-site diesel storage offering 48 hours of unrefuelled operation
Hot aisle/cold aisle containment
Zone monitoring to ensure environmental conditions
Chilled Water for high-density cooling
Security staff on-site 24x7x365.
Dual-layered physical access control including card access
Physical man-trap controls with biometrics and facial recognition
Continuous monitoring with HD security cameras
Audited yearly for CSAE 3416 and SSAE16 Type 1 compliance
Enjoy Seamless Connectivity to MTL-1 and MTL-2
We provide dedicated dark fiber or virtual fiber between our Montreal facilities via our path redundant dark fiber network. This makes it easy for you to interconnect infrastructure and services located in different eStruxture facilities. Whether you require temporary transit or are building a multi-site environment, our data center backbone allows for transparent or routable connectivity between sites.
- MTL-1 and MTL-2 connectivity to carriers or infrastructure
- AWS DirectConnect connections available
- Providers available via dark fibre: Cogent, Level3, Tiscali, TATA, nLayer, GTT, Hurricane Electric.
- Major carriers on-site include Cogeco, FibreNoire, MetroOptics, Rogers, Sogetel, Telus, Videotron, and more