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Secure, reliable, high-performance data centers and colocation solutions.
Secure, reliable, high-performance data centers and colocation solutions.

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See the world’s Top 10 colocation datacenter hotspots - http://ow.ly/u53j308ZZh0 via Data Economy

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"The exponential increase in data flowing through new and existing [submarine] cables will benefit data center providers with facilities located where they land" - Data Center Knowledge

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The global colocation market size reached $33.59 billion in 2016. Read how cloud is shifting the data center market's growth - http://ow.ly/o3nf30907sD via Data Center Knowledge

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What do you look for in a data center provider? #ThursdayThoughts #WhyCoreSite
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Available immediately, Amazon Web Services supports Link Aggregation Groups (LAG), allowing customers to gain access to Direct Connect service rates faster than 10G. You can now order 4 x 10G ports, which can be combined to achieve 40G of connectivity! CoreSite customers in LA, NY, SV and VA have access - http://ow.ly/z2B03092HwS

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While Cupid might be the reigning icon of Valentine’s Day, read how data center managers are the real, unsung heroes behind the scenes, making sure your special day goes off without a hitch - http://ow.ly/QXNG308LR76

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Hear from Data Center Knowledge about how PUE is a critical metric for the competitive landscape of colocation data centers - http://ow.ly/h5zz308QvCR

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An interesting article from Seeking Alpha highlighting how we've continued to grow - http://ow.ly/bpyU308D9HE

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft were big winners in IaaS and PaaS in 2016. See which cloud service segments had the highest growth - http://ow.ly/5zvT308v6oB

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Did you know that the National Weather Service defines 10 basic cloud types? Similarly, "the cloud", is on its way to being almost as varied. Read more to learn the key differences between multi-cloud and hybrid cloud: http://ow.ly/533Z308cnP8
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