The need for micro-colocation and single servers is growing, with more smaller businesses seeking to enter the world of hosting services than ever before. However, the current state of the market does pose some barriers to their entry, with traditional data center and colocation providers requiring large minimum cabinet commitments at purchase.
To make the move to hosting services simple and cost-effective for small and medium-sized enterprises, MOD Mission Critical (‘MOD’) and 365 Data Centers have partnered to make MOD’s Colo by the ‘U’ services available throughout all of 365’s facilities nationwide. Colo by the ‘U’ is a flexible, scalable and cost-effective colocation option available by the single rack unit for smaller customer workloads. 365 Data Centers owns and operates facilities in 15 strategic Tier 1 and 2 markets across the US, including Buffalo, NY; Chicago, IL; Cleveland, OH; Detroit, MI; Emeryville, CA; Indianapolis, IN; Nashville, TN; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Phoenix, AZ; Pittsburgh, PA; San Jose, CA; Tampa, FL; St. Louis, MO and Seattle, WA. All 365 Data Centers facilities feature state-of-the-art power, cooling and security, as well as reliable connectivity with direct connections to the top telecommunication and cloud networks.
With small and medium enterprises increasingly demanding cloud and colocation services to handle their network and storage needs, MOD’s Colo by the ‘U’ enables these companies to fulfill their unique requirements without breaking the bank by paying for space they don’t need. It also provides the scalability for simple, cost-effective future expansion to larger deployments as their businesses grow. Furthermore, Colo by the U customers located in 365 Data Centers’ facilities can access MOD’s portfolio of managed service solutions for bandwidth, transport, routers and servers.
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