Global enterprises can now access two new Managed Service Points of Presence (PoPs) in the business epicenters of Dublin and Paris.
The PoPs were recently launched by MOD Mission Critical, a company offering a full suite of best-in-breed IP and colocation services. The expansion into these new markets brings MOD’s total number of PoPs to 30 different locations worldwide.
MOD provides global enterprises with customized solutions to help them meet their critical business needs. Customers receive a single bill for all Managed Servers, Managed Colocation and Managed Hardware Services. What’s more, customers only pay for the space they need while always having access to high bandwidth, international connectivity, ensuring the best possible performance at the lowest-possible price. MOD also eliminates the need to handle numerous contracts with different MSP vendors in each market.
These two new Managed Service PoPs complement MOD’s established locations throughout Europe, the U.S., Mexico and Canada while offering the same robust bandwidth as all other global MOD locations. Besides Managed Servers, Colocation and Hardware Services, MOD also offers Network Services, including Transport Service, IP Transit and Inter-Building Cross-Connect, Managed DNS, Managed Hosting, Managed Proxy and Global IPv4 Services.
“Enterprises seeking flexible, scalable and cost-effective colocation services need a managed services partner with a customer-centric approach and international footprint to provide them with the customized solutions necessary to meet their critical business needs,” stated Mike Hollander, Co-Founder and CEO of MOD Mission Critical. “Expanding MOD’s network into these rapidly growing managed services markets allows our customers to benefit from advantages such as MOD’s per-rack pricing in even more locations. Our rapid growth from eight Managed Service Points of Presence globally just a few years ago to 30 today is a testament to MOD’s dedication to providing managed colocation and IP services wherever our customers need to be.”