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September 21, 2018
As a technology hub, Seattle is known around the world for being one of the best connected high-tech cities in the U.S.  With stable carriers, huge data centers and seamlessly integrated environments, this is a city with reliability at the forefront of a healthy market with additional room to grow. With thousands of young technical...
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The long winters and heavy snowfalls of the Rocky Mountains are a fact of life in Denver.  Data centers in the Mile High City take this into account when they are constructed, with dedicated, underground fiber and power lines, redundant electrical and security systems and even multiple buildings with separate power feeds to ensure reliability....
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The tech triangle in North Carolina has become a powerhouse of corporate headquarters and global businesses that has led to major growth in both the size and number of the state’s data centers.  Apple, Facebook, CenturyLink, Flexential, Telx, HPE and Sungard all have established huge data centers that, due to the area’s growth, must upgrade...
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The colocation marketplace in New Jersey is hot, boasting more than 60 data centers, with Piscataway sitting at the epicenter with ten in that city alone.  It’s the type of data center concentration that has allowed the Garden State to become a leader in data storage and management, with Secaucus, Jersey City, Newark and Carlstadt...
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It’s certainly no surprise that there are more than 50 major data centers supporting tens of thousands of businesses within the five boroughs of New York.  Most are located in densely populated urban areas, some in the city’s largest buildings. While being in Manhattan or elsewhere in the city  is a distinct advantage, positioning colocation...
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