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4degrees Montréal
2900 Avenue Marie Curie
Saint-Laurent, QC H4S, Canada
  • 43,055 Gross SqFt
  • 16.0 Megawatts

The Montréal centre is now connected to the Québec City centre via Videotron’s fibre optic network.

Cogenco Peer 1 Kirkland
17500 Trans Canada Hwy. S. Service Rd
Kirkland, QC, Canada, H9J2X8
  • 100,000 Gross SqFt
  • 16.5 Megawatts

Cogeco Peer 1 Montreal Data Center offers customers the combination of cloud, connectivity and colocation facilities with complementary managed services. Built to Tier 3 standards, the 100,000 square foot, secure facility is designed to Uptime Institute Standards and equipped with primary and secondary power redundancy.

Colo-D1
2525 Rue Canadien
Drummondville, QC J2C 7W2, Canada
  • 120,000 Gross SqFt
  • 20.0 Megawatts

Colo-D is powered from hydroelectricity power source

Colo-D2
530 Rue Bériault
Longueuil, QC J4G 1S8, Canada
  • 105,000 Gross SqFt
  • 35.0 Megawatts

COLO-D2, located in Longueuil, offers a floor space of more than 180,000 sqft with a capacity of over 35 megawatts. Located less than 10 km from downtown Montreal

Colo-D3
St-Bruno-de-Montarville
QC, Canada

Canadian colocation firm Colo-D plans to build a 150MW, 500,000 square foot (46,500 sq m) data center campus in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, 15km away from downtown Montreal.


The Montreal Data Center is drawing international attention yet is still relatively small compared to other North American markets. That might change over the next decade because Montreal has many ingredients to see robust growth.

The area has access to cheap and abundant hydroelectric power. Power rates range between 3.2 and 5 cents/kWh. he cool and dry climate in a stable geotechnical area offers data center operators an estimated 90% of free cooling hours per year based on facility design. The climate is cool and dry which offers data center operators an estimated 90% of free cooling hours per year.

Hazardous Risks

The area is in a stable geotechnical area with no risk of hurricanes. In winter, storms can bring snow and bitter cold.

Montreal Colocation Providers

  • Cologix has 7 sites and is the primary provider of peering and interconnection sites in Montreal.
  • ROOT is a growing provider with two sites. ROOT specializes in high power density deployments

Major Cloud Providers

The largest cloud companies have chosen Montreal as a data center location. Microsoft, Soflayer, Amazon, and Google have all chosen Montreal. Inexpensive green power and proximity to East coast population have driven their deployments.





Top Data Center Providers in Montreal

Sites Sites Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
Colo-D 3 225,000 55.00
ROOT Data Center 2 201,000 25.00
Cogeco Peer 1 1 100,000 16.50
Cologix 7 85,000 13.00
eStruxture 3 65,000 10.50
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Largest Data Centers in Montreal

Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
ROOT Montreal MTL-R2 175,000 20.00
Colo-D1 120,000 20.00
Colo-D2 105,000 35.00
Cogenco Peer 1 Kirkland 100,000 16.50
4degrees Montréal 43,055 16.00
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It's hard to get a good shot of the building with so many trees.
The Montreal Gazette's printing plant on St-Jacques St. when it was brand new in 2002. It was sold in 2017 to a data company.
Satellite View of Internap's Montreal Site
Posted in Internap Montreal
It's hard to get a good shot of the building with so many trees.
Site is Surrounded by Trees
Posted in Internap Montreal

It's hard to get a good shot of the building with so many trees.

Front Entrance to 19701
Posted in ROOT Montreal MTL-R2 Source: ROOT
The Gazette Printing Plant Before Acquisition
Posted in eStruxture Montréal MTL2
The Montreal Gazette's printing plant on St-Jacques St. when it was brand new in 2002. It was sold in 2017 to a data company.
Montreal Gazette Building
Posted in eStruxture Montréal MTL2

The Montreal Gazette's printing plant on St-Jacques St. when it was brand new in 2002. It was sold in 2017 to a data company.

Source: Phil Carpenter - Montreal Gazette
Entrance of MLT2
Posted in eStruxture Montréal MTL2 Source: eStruxture
Construction of the Ericson Facility Almost Complete in 2016
Posted in Ericson Vaudreuil
Satellite View
Posted in Ericson Vaudreuil Source: Google Maps