Your local data centre

Enabling data sovereignty for all businesses in our locally owned and operated NZ Data Centre.

Getting your data exactly where you need it

We're well connected & carrier neutral.

Welcoming all ISP’s and cloud integrators, your connectivity options are simple yet endless when you work with our NZ data centre.

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The Sky's The Limit

Rack space from 2RU to 60+ cabinets.

Rack space for server hosting large and small in our NZ data centre.

Connect to your Internet Service Provider of choice and seamlessly integrate with your public cloud provider. 

The possibilities are endless.


Our data centre offers colocation and managed servers, providing data sovereignty for NZ businesses, while being connected to all major cloud integrators to support a hybrid cloud strategy.

Internet that's built for business

Whether it's speed or resiliency you need...

We understand the importance of a robust and high-speed internet connection for your organization’s productivity and success.

Our business internet services in New Zealand offer lightning-fast speeds, dedicated bandwidth, and reliable connectivity, empowering you to stay connected, collaborate seamlessly, and access critical applications and data without any interruptions.

With our tailored solutions, you can experience unparalleled performance, low latency, and exceptional customer support. For all your business internet needs in New Zealand, unlock the true potential of your organisation with Xtreme Networks.

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“We depend on the Xtreme Datacentre for our own suite of Cloud Services. It’s a world class facility with the advantage of being local. We know we can rely on Dion and the team to provide a safe, secure and resilient environment from which to deliver mission critical services to our clients. They are responsive, flexible and fantastic to work with.”

Liam OKeeffe

Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Systems Ltd

Frequently Asked Questions

What is colocation?

Colocation, also known as “colo,” refers to a hosting solution where businesses rent space within a data centre facility to house their servers, networking equipment, and other hardware. 

This arrangement allows companies to store their infrastructure in a secure and professionally managed environment, providing them with a reliable and robust hosting solution.

How does colocation work?

In colocation, your business leases space in our NZ data centre and bring your servers and equipment to our location. The data centre provides the necessary power, cooling, and network connectivity for the infrastructure.

Your business retains full control over your hardware and software configurations, while the data centre ensures the facility’s security, maintenance, and optimal operating conditions.

What are the benefits of colocation?

Colocation offers several advantages to businesses, including:

  1. Reliability: Data centers provide redundant power and cooling systems, multiple network connections, and 24/7 monitoring to ensure maximum uptime.

  2. Security: Colocation facilities offer advanced physical security measures, such as video surveillance, access controls, and on-site staff, to protect the infrastructure from unauthorized access or potential threats.

  3. Scalability: Businesses can easily scale their IT infrastructure by adding or removing servers and equipment as needed without worrying about physical space limitations.

  4. Connectivity: Data centers provide high-speed internet connections and access to multiple network providers, enabling businesses to benefit from robust and reliable network connectivity.

  5. Cost-effectiveness: By opting for colocation, businesses can avoid the upfront costs associated with building and maintaining their data center while benefiting from the economies of scale offered by the facility.


Yes, as a colocation customer, you have physical access to your equipment whenever you need it. We do have access procedures for security, but are reachable 24/7 for emergency access.

What types of businesses benefit from colocation?

Colocation is beneficial for various types of businesses, including:

  1. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) looking to leverage enterprise-level infrastructure without the associated costs.

  2. E-commerce businesses that require reliable and high-performance hosting to support their online stores and handle large amounts of traffic.

  3. IT-intensive companies that need to house mission-critical servers and infrastructure in a secure and redundant environment.

  4. Businesses with compliance requirements, such as healthcare organizations or financial institutions, that need to adhere to strict data security and privacy regulations.

What should I consider when choosing a colocation provider?

When selecting a colocation provider, consider the following factors:

  1. Location: Choose a data center that is geographically convenient to your business operations to minimize latency and facilitate easier access.

  2. Reliability: Look for a provider that offers robust infrastructure, redundancy measures, and a proven track record of high uptime.

  3. Security: Ensure that the data center implements strict security protocols, such as surveillance systems, access controls, and comprehensive disaster recovery plans.

  4. Connectivity: Check the availability of multiple network carriers and the quality of their network connections to ensure reliable and high-speed connectivity.

  5. Scalability: Assess the provider’s ability to accommodate your future growth and scalability needs, including the availability of additional space and power.

How is colocation different from other hosting options?

Colocation differs from other hosting options like shared hosting, dedicated hosting, or cloud hosting in that it allows businesses to bring their own physical servers and equipment to a data center facility. Unlike shared hosting, where multiple users share resources on a single server, colocation offers dedicated infrastructure. It also provides more control and customization options compared to cloud hosting, where businesses rely on virtualized resources provided by a cloud service provider.

Dedicated to providing reliable and cutting-edge solutions for your internet, data centre, colocation, and edge cloud needs, empowering your organization to stay connected and productive.

Businesses choose Xtreme Networks for comprehensive and tailored solutions to meet your evolving technology requirements.