We offer colocation in Equinix’s Sofia data centre. Equinix Sofia enables customers to be part of a highly connected digital ecosystem including the Bulgarian and Bulkan Internet Exchange, which offers an extremely high level of national and international peering and connectivity. Built to the highest industry standards, SO1 offers a resilient, secure and network-neutral environment with high speed connections ready to serve the EU, Turkey and the Caucasus
We pride ourselves on being totally flexible and are always able to find a suitable solution for you. We deploy, manage and monitor your colocation and cloud infrastructure services, our team experts guarantee scalability, security and unparalleled performance for your business.
Our data centres all offer multiple layers of redundancy for power and cooling, from a minimum of N+1 at some sites, right through to N+N at others. Power is fed diversely from separate national grids with UPS and on-site generators available to take over where necessary, ensuring no drop-in service.
We are committed to maintaining very high levels of information security with stringent physical security measures in place as standard. This is partnered with ISO 27001, ISO 27017 and ISO 9001 accreditations, PCI Compliance and have been part of the G-Cloud framework since 2013.
Benefit from various transport offerings between our global facilities including wavelengths, fibre channel and diversely routed dark fibre network.
When you are creating a shortlist of companies for your next cloud hosting project, it’s important to look into their compliance and accreditations.
Hyve has worked diligently to secure externally audited certifications in ISO 27001(Information Security), ISO 27017 (Cloud Security) and ISO9001 (Management systems). We have also been awarded PCI-DSS compliance, are Cyber Essentials Plus certified and are part of the government G-Cloud 12 framework, as well as a Crown Commercial supplier.
As a hosting provider that hosts some of the UK’s critical infrastructure, we comply fully with the NIS Regulation 2018, which was formulated by the NCSC (part of GCHQ) to boost the overall level of security (both cyber and physical) of network and digital information systems.