Originally Posted by fionix
I'm sorry but it is not what I'm looking for and it is not that easy as you asking for. The hosting company need to be PCI certified itself for what I look for.
If you are looking for a truly colo scenario, then the data center is not responsible for the PCI compliance. The only requirement that might be affected by the individual provider is the employee screening, but they won't really have access to the data so I'm not even sure if that applies.
All of the security audits, firewall and IDS requirements, etc. are your responsibility unless you're in a managed hosting environment. I'm assuming you're not since this is the colocation and data center forum, but maybe I'm wrong.
In my basic understanding of the regulations, as long as you have a locking cage or cabinet from the data center you could make any facility compliant.
This is one of those scenarios where it often times makes sense to bring in an experienced consultant.