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How Element Critical Can Help Bulk Up Your Connectivity in Chicago 

Element Critical, a leading owner and operator of tailored colocation data center solutions, is making its presence in the Chicago area known with exclusive connectivity offers. Element Critical’s Chicago campus delivers best-in-class data center colocation coupled with true deployment flexibility from two companion facilities. Both Chicago One and Chicago Two are built for disaster recovery services and are known as resilience leaders offering powerhouse systems that have never been down in 30 years. While both facilities share similarities, some key differentiators make each space unique.

Chicago One

Element Critical’s Chicago One Data Center is a purpose-built colocation facility with a 2N redundant design for always-on reliability and sits in a building footprint of 151,000 Sq. Ft. The state-of-the-art facility is designed to support enterprise level mission-critical deployments in cages and private wholesale data center suites. With 7 megawatts of power, Chicago One’s power redundancy can be customized for N, N+1, 2N configurations. Situated on the internet superhighway for the Midwest, Chicago One delivers redundant fiber through dual pathways from diverse substations, ultra-low latency connectivity to Chicago’s premier carrier hotel for global reach, and access to a growing community of network service providers and cloud on-ramps for rich connectivity.

Chicago Two 

Element Critical’s Chicago Two Data Center is also a carrier-neutral data center that offers ultra-low latency connectivity and sits in a building footprint of 45,000 Sq. Ft. Chicago Two is a perfect site to support disaster recovery colocation, with a full suite of business services including meet me rooms, newly renovated conference rooms, ample office space and kitchen/shower amenities. In addition, Chicago Two also provides customers with remote hands to service single rack cabinets and private cage environments powered by customizable N, N+1, 2N configurations. 

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