Philadelphia Data Centers
Considering A Data Center Near Philadelphia?
Philadelphia businesses choose New Jersey for data center colocation because they know how expensive business life in Philadelphia can be. While Philadelphia is a major business hub, it’s ranked among some of the more expensive cities for data center colocation. By putting your gear in New Jersey, you no longer have to pay expensive Philadelphia energy, tax, and other carrying charges for your data center.
When you colocate in New Jersey, your data center remains close by in the event you need to make a personal visit or send a tech team of your own to deal with your gear. Not only are your colocation expenses far lower than in Philadelphia, but you have access to high quality technicians and technology consultants due to New Jersey being home to world-class computer science and engineering faculties.
New Jersey is one of the prime markets for colocation space across several industries such as financial services, legal, cloud computing, pharmaceuticals and large enterprises. By looking to New Jersey for your colocation data center, you are truly getting the best of the best as far as up-to-date security and data storage technology is concerned. And all of this is in addition to the savings on charges for data center space, energy and other related charges compared to colocation in Philadelphia.
Many Philadelphia businesses take advantage of safe, secure, economical and convenient colocation in New Jersey data centers. Colocation in New Jersey is a matter of literally having your data center right next door.
Learn more about IO’s New Jersey colocation options and how you can keep your business always-on.
“IO colocation provides the secure, always-on infrastructure that our customers require…”
Terry Williams, Vice President Managed Technology Services
100% Uptime Service Level Agreement
IO is committed to attaining the service level objectives required for an always-on data center and offers a 100% uptime service level agreement on critical support infrastructure for customers that opt for a dual-corded environment.