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Are you searching for a Oregon Colocation Service in
Beaverton, Eugene, Portland, Tigard, OR? We can help.
Beaverton Colocation - A disaster recovery data
center at 9000 SW Nimbus Ave has OC-192 connectivity.
The class B flex building has 23,089 square feet of
rentable building area. There, you'll find colocation
service providers like iland Internet Solutions and
AM6 Networks, among others. Beaverton is home to the
EasyStreet data center, which is connected to the 88-mile
optical fiber MAN delivered by Qwest.
Eugene Colocation - One data center in Eugene
is operated through IDO, company offering network, software,
and web and Internet services. "IDO's backbone consists
of a blend of national cable, wireless, telephony and
modem pools making up [their] network." For any local
Eugene businesses, IDO is a choice for disaster recovery.
Williamette.Net serves the Eugene area with residential
and commercial Internet services. They are a local ISP
that also offers server colocation and network services.
Portland Colocation- Colo.com, EasyStreet Online
Services, FirstWorld Communications, InFlow, Network
Services Inc., Verio, MCI World Com and WCI LightPoint
are some of the companies offering various packages,
including internet connection, server colocation, managed
hosting and other internet-related services in the Portland
area. Shortly after the turn of the century, there was
a major push by data center rivals to secure the Portland
market. Portland is a city of small businesses, but
they have big business options. One such is Verio, which
operates a 30,000-square-foot data center in the Pittock
Building in downtown. The Pittock Internet Exchange
Hotel is Portland’s largest telco hotel. Through there,
different companies cross-connect a variety of fiber
and copper networks. On a note, Portland’s first ever
skyscraper, the Wells Fargo Building, built over 100
years ago is also serving as a telco hotel, nowadays.
Tigard Colocation - Tigard is home to a XO Communications
data center. XO is inside a class B industrial building
with 58,585 square feet. There are other colocation
companies with facilities inside the building space
of 10575 SW Cascade Ave., all having OC-192 connectivity.
An 88-mile optical fiber MAN delivered by OnFiber/Qwest
that runs through Tigard to deliver LAN capabilities