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Colocation Ohio - A business park in Springfield, Ohio has announced
plans to develop a new 100,000 sq. ft. data center in
February 2008. The Nextedge Applied Research and Technology
Park would be located on the Columbus-Dayton-Cincinnati
business corridor with Avetec overseeing the completion
of the a fiber network. The project ish is supported
by a U.S. Department of Energy grant and a partnership
with the City of Springfield, the Turner Foundation,
and local schools and universities.
Colocation Cincinnati - In Cincinnati, most colocation
service providers are owned by big telephone carriers,
carriers so take that into consideration when looking
for service. Level(3) has a location on 400 Pike St.
in Cincinnati. With the Level(3) global network as its
backbone, CO-LOCATION.COM offers colocation services.
Profitability.net operates a large modern facility offering
cabinets, cages, and private suites. Peak 10 is also
in Cincinnati connected to a redundant Tier-1 and local
Internet access on OCx links to Cincinnati Bell and
Time Warner. Cincinnati Bell just bought GramTel, a
privately held data center in the Midwest primarily
providing disaster recovery and business continuity
services. The purchase in January 2008 extended Cincinnati
Bell's geographic reach of their data center and colocation
capabilities. Cincinnati Bell also bought a 225,000
sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Lebanon, Ohio, which
will be converted into the company's largest data center.
If you're a small business or looking for private colocation
services, Cincinnati may be a bit expensive as an option.
If you can afford it, though, then Cincinnati's colocation
services aren't bad and should suit your needs just
Colocation Cleveland - On 4000 Chester Ave.,
you'll find one of Level(3)'s many Data Centers peppered
across the nation. Switch & Data on 1255 Euclid Avenue
is about half a mile from their Tandem switch. The building
has roof rights, and has connectivity to AFS (American
Fiber Systems), Cavalier Networks, Expedient, MCI, OneCleveland,
SBC, and more. Multiple bandwidth providers terminate
at this particular facility. Expedient offers a new
SAS 70 compliant 24,000 sq. ft. Data Center ad Colocation
facility in the city of Cleveland. Located right off
the I-480 in the NEO Business Park in Garfield Heights,
the facility is minutes away from downtown Cleveland
and the Easter and Western sides, clearly serving all
of greater Cleveland's businesses. You can get a full
range of colocation and managed hosting services with
Colocation Dayton - - SISCOM Inc. in
Dayton provides business Internet solutions, such as
ISP service, e-commerce solutions, and colocation. They
provide solid service in the area. You can find Time
Warner Telecom located on 1 S. Main St. in Dayton as
Colocation Columbus - Columbus is a nice
option to have if you wanted stray away from Cincinnati
or Cleveland for your colocation needs. eNet has a nice
variety of bandwidth on a MGP4 blend of MCI, GBLX, and
Time Warner connecting to Midwestern end users. CompleteWeb.net
is one of the bigger, older data centers in the city.
Congent also has a data center in Columbus now. General
consensus if you ask around is that Columbus is pricy,
much like other Ohio cities like Cleveland and Cincinnati.
Plus there are few data centers available in the city.
Colocation Toledo - CISP in Toledo offers ISP
services, email services, web hosting, managed services,
dedicated services, as well as colocation. Their colocation
product is under the label "Yocolo", specializing in
colocation. They are known to be pretty decent with
a lot of options, and you can get decent prices.
Colocation Akron - In Akron, you can
find several smaller companies providing colocation
services. Some of these companies, like Advanced Network
Solutions (ANS) have their own data centers. EYEMG has
a local data center in the old ACME bread baking company
building, now known as Union Point Building. EYEMG contains
a diverse connectivity to its Akron data center through
two separate providers - Fidelity Access Networks and
Time Warner Cable Business Solutions. Their providers
are multi-homed to major upstream network providers
like: AT&T, Broadwing, XO Communications, Global Crossings,
Verizon Business Networks, and Fiber Access Networks.
The Karcher Group is also a company that has colocation
presence in the area. The Karcher Group isn't in Akron
directly, but they provide heavy service to the city
from North Canton, Ohio.