In this increasingly complex virtual world, more and more are starting to recognize that the physical needs of IT companies are served more economically by colocation. Time and cost savings alone that are achieved in colocation are just too generous to ignore. As a matter of fact, some companies moved to nearby sites just to obtain better savings performance. Within the Center area, for example, some companies transferred over from 56 Marietta Street center to 55 Marietta on reasons of saving costs. But of course others also moved the opposite direction for other intentions and gainful advantages.
Either way, the Atlanta colocation sites are the most viable alternative to New York-based centers in terms of almost all aspects, since they run a close second to New York in total scores for systems used in colocation. There are even aspects which Atlanta colocation centers surpass New York’s, such as, as mentioned above, cost.
For example, at about this time last year AmericanNac expanded its Atlanta Data Center facility number 2, adding 5,000 square feet of space to make available to custom users like a medicine store websites in various sizes. Michael George, AmericanNac’s president, said then that company ‘CIOs and CTOs are maximizing expenses in this tight money settings’, so they would move to Atlanta centers to actually spend less on facility maintenance and management if they have their own, with the actualized savings applied onto other vital corporate concerns. Such optimistic area expansion in sites like Atlanta center would not be thought of if prospects are not considered bright in this tight-budget setting and times.
Most Atlanta IT facilities are designed to cater to the three tier types of enterprises, ranging from the really large ones like Verizon Wireless, through the medium-sized enterprises as Peak 10, and smallest-size companies that cater to the needs of firms that may require the facilities of the likes of Atlanta Cloud computing services to function well. Uptime reliability, continuous data acessibility, rapid communications and reliable backup systems when power fails no matter how rarely are the greatest priority considerations for these small and often fledgling enterprises, things that were intentionally designed-in in Atlanta centers for prospective data provider clients.
The Atlanta data centers are located near fiber optic connections ranging from 10 Gb to 1 Gb, providing higher than standard connection speeds. For infrastructure, most Atlanta center facilities contain top-of-the-line equipment to give the greatest bandwidth availability but at the same time render them at less costs than other centers. Round-the-clock security via human guards is buttressed by the likes of key card entry systems, multiple CCTV cameras covering critical areas, biometric scanning for employees and clients and other measures, some of them proprietary. Redundant fire-warning systems and control methodologies, instant power backups, air conditioning to the correct levels, and data backup systems in detached locations to escape damage by occurrences in the main site are used as well for data protection purposes.
Thus for any relatively small company struggling to provide their unique service online, it is best to select service providers and hosting companies that use the Atlanta data centers as their base, to ensure uninterrupted business. Wins can actually be made in extraordinary ways that way.
In such and many other vital ways does The Center maintain its reputation as leading data center service provider since 1994. In the data service field, leadership means top performance all the time.