Through its acquisition of KVH Co. Ltd. at the end of 2014, Colt has a deep presence in Asia offering high-quality data centre facilities, regional and local network services, and scalable managed IT and cloud services for information intensive enterprises and service providers across the region.
Colt owns infrastructure and provides services that enable clients to store, process, protect and deliver their vital business information. These include standalone and integrated Data Centre Services, Managed IT Services, Ethernet, Internet Access, VoIP and ISDN Voice Services, and Professional Services.
Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Colt’s Asia presence has approximately 500 employees in the region and has offices in Osaka, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Shanghai. Colt’s regional assets include its pan-Asian low latency network and robust data centre facilities in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Korea. The Colt Group overall operates in 28 countries across Europe, Asia and the U.S. with metropolitan area networks in 47 major cities and connections into over 200 cities globally. Colt operates 29 carrier neutral data centres in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
Why do over 2,000 customers choose Colt in Asia?
- Fastest connectivity to Asia’s top stock exchanges
- Highly scalable private cloud services
- Robust infrastructure for colocation and managed services throughout Asia
- Low latency, international Ethernet and IP network services connecting the world’s major business and financial hubs
- High performance data centre real estate services
- Truly multilingual with an employee base representing 26 different nationalities
All of Colt’s services in Asia are supported 24x7x365 by a comprehensive bilingual Service Desk in English and Japanese, along with expert consulting to ensure you receive the most effective and beneficial solution for your business. Consequently, with Colt’s reach and comprehensive support across the Asia region, Colt is uniquely positioned to support Asia-based businesses operating and growing within the region, Asia-based enterprises planning to expand into Europe or North America, and multinational enterprises looking to break into the Asian market.