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Are you searching for a Texas Colocation Service in
Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, Las Colinas,
Arlington, Corpus Christi, Forth Worth, Garland, Irving,
Lubbock, Plano, TX? We can help.
Colocation Texas - Texas is a large state with
many cities and businesses in need of robust data center
facilities. Many military bases are in the area, as
well as the current and still growing technology market
that rivals California's Silicon Valley. Both benefited
from the DOT com boom in the 90s, and now attract corporations
like Microsoft, Earthlink and many others. Dallas, Houston,
Fort Worth and San Antonio are the big telecommunications
cities in the state each boasting a high grade telecommunications
infrastructure and many telco hotels, data centers,
and colocation facilities. You have The Planet, which
is a primary player in the field of telecommunications
based in Texas, and there are continually more facilities
Colocation Dallas - As mentioned in the Houston
section, Dallas is one of two locations for The Planet,
providing fully redundant service 24x7x365. Dallas is
the most mature of the state's data center markets and
continues to grow. The city is benefiting from a healthy
crop of web hosting companies, such as The Planet. Nationwide
Colocation offers secure colocation services starting
around $99 in Houston and Dallas. Generally, different
companies offer services for about the same price as
in Houston, but you can check out various data centers
since they all offer different levels of services. There
are more than enough data centers to suit the needs
any business, large and small.
Colocation Houston - Houston has quite
a few colocation service providers as many companies
run data centers in both Houston and Dallas. Houston
is definitely one of the more important cities providing
colocation because it is the home to The Planet. The
Planet, the number one privately owned dedicated server
hosting provider in the world (second worldwide behind
publicly held IBM), is headquartered in Houston at 835
Greens Parkway, Suite 150. Their company has data centers
in both Houston and Dallas. They are a world class service
that provides service to 22,000 businesses worldwide.
It shouldn't be a problem finding a colocation service
in Houston, as it seems like it's the heart of colocation
services in Texas. CityScope Net is also a big company
in Houston located on 1301 Fannin. Their network backbone
includes ATT, UUNet, Sprint, Global Crossing and Verio;
INTERNAP providing network-based route optimization
services. You will also find the Houston location of
Data Foundry, VeriCenter, NaviSite, and many other fine
national data center providers.
Colocation San Antonio - 100 Taylor Telecom
Center is the only carrier hotel in San Antonio. The
entire tower is dedicated to being the home of telecom
providers and users. Fiber providers include Alpheus,
Qwest Communications, Telwest Services, Time Warner,
and Xspedius among others. Telecom tenants in this facility
include huge corporations like Cingular and MCI. In
the summer of 2007, Microsoft broke ground for a $500
million 447,000 square foot data center in San Antonio
to support the expansion of Microsoft's Live line of
online services. The location of this new facility is
the Westover Hills area, which is the location of other
existing data centers. A "Data Center Clustering" is
happening in that section of San Antonio to create an
influx of investment and high-tech jobs to the city.
The NSA, Stream Realty and a hospital all have plans
of building data centers here. Regardless if these new
facilities, though, they are most likely to be private
colocations for the companies and organizations building
them. On the bright side, though, there are definitely
enough fiber lines in the area. It's not a problem finding
a lot of other colocation locations and data centers
providing consumer service which will compete for your
Colocation Austin - Austin, the state's capital,
is the latest in a string of stand-alone data center
projects in the region. Austin is the home to 3 Com,
a major networking and security corporation operating
on a global scale; so it's no surprise to find a large
data center in Austin to accommodate them. Data Foundry
runs its Austin based-operations at 1044 Liberty Park
Drive. Data Foundry's TexasNAP® is the fastest network
in Texas. Data Foundry fully owns and manages two Internet
Data Centers in Houston and Austin. Data Foundry has
three Austin data centers. The most recent opened in
2003, under former name Texas.Net, to meet the increasing
customer demand, which has grown considerably nationally
and internationally the past couple years. It is a state-of-the-art
30,000 square foot facility providing essential N+1
infrastructure and robust disaster recovery capabilities
to its expanding customer base.
Colocation El Paso - El Paso is a late comer
in data center projects. The city plans on attracting
data center projects and costumers can expect to have
colocation options there very soon.
Colocation Las Colinas - The relatively unheard
of city is currently building the Las Colinas Data center,
which will allow for up to 116 different telecom provider
conduits, plus four spares. The building will have fiber
lines throughout the concrete building offering colocation
services for any business's needs.
Colocation Arlington - The colocation services
based in Arlington, TX is adequate for small businesses.
There is known to be a company or two that even deals
with private non-business colocation service, but being
sandwiched between Forth Worth and Dallas, cities with
large colocation markets mean no shortage of choices
for Arlington business owners.
Colocation Corpus Christi - Corpus Christi
is inconveniently located much further south than other
major cities like San Antonio and Houston. The city
is still relatively undeveloped, but has huge potential.
Corpus Christi is a leader in implementing citywide
Wi-Fi in association with Earthlink backed by fiber
from Alpheus. The "Sparkling City by the Sea" is home
to a Naval Air Station, but still lacks the choices
its other Texas counterparts enjoy in terms of available
colocation companies and data centers. Corpus Christi
is planning a rapid citywide growth, and is already
rated one of the nation's top ten digital savvy cities
according to a Center for Digital Government poll.
Colocation Fort Worth - Forth Worth is not too
far east of Dallas, but it has a hefty colocation market
of its own. The Oil & Gas Commerce Building, now the
Fort Worth Technology Center, at 307 W 7th Street in
downtown Fort Worth went through a 5 million dollar
telecom infrastructure upgrade in 2005. Aspen Communications
is the big player in the city providing services to
companies in need of a telecommunications hub. The level
of carrier grade infrastructure in Forth Worth now rivals
Colocation Garland - Garland, a suburb of Dallas,
provides another source of colocation options for the
city of Dallas and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area.
VIRTBIZ has an existing location in Garland to meet
customer demands in the Dallas metropolitan area.
Colocation Irving - Located between Arlington
and Dallas, Irving is in a group of suburban Dallas
cities that have existing colocation facilities. Any
one of the cities, including Dallas, will have the right
colocation solutions for any small to medium-sized business.
Major businesses will tend to stay in Dallas and look
for services in the city, but Irving has an ample amount
of local services with Dallas' carrier infrastructure
making it possible.
Colocation Lubbock - Experiencing strong growth
in its technology sectors, the city known for decades
as a hub for agriculture in the state of Texas is trying
to become a hub for telecommunications. Cox Communications
established themselves in the city with a multi-million
dollar customer care center. Many other large office
buildings are up and running with more on the way. Colocation
facilities have sprung up to meet the demands of these
companies and Texas Tech University, also in Lubbock.
Colocation Plano - Plano is one of a few other
suburbs of Dallas that offers colocation services to
the metropolitan areas of Dallas and Fort Worth. Dataside,
a colocation and data services company, owns a large
standalone data center facility in Plano built to withstand
a F5 tornado. They boast great security for your business.
Plano is located in the heart of the north Dallas "Telecom
Corridor". In fact, there are actually a pretty good
number of colocation sites that you can take your pick
from in Plano. Even more compared to Garland, another
suburb of Dallas that has colocation services and is
located between Plano and Dallas.