How Can Colocation Providers Capitalize on the Growing Market?

April 7, 2017 Mark Hurley

Digital and connectivity demands and the need for greater processing power have elevated the importance of data centers in today’s businesses. These factors and more, are driving growth in the colocation market — resulting in both challenges and opportunities. How can you capitalize on the trends and expand your business while meeting the data center needs of your customers?

Today’s highly competitive environment calls for speed to market in order to win and retain customers. At the same time, assessing, planning, designing, building and operating data centers are complex undertakings — they don’t have to be.

The answer lies in taking a lifecycle approach and simplifying by leveraging repeatable, scalable deployment strategies to streamline the process at any stage. That’s where we come in. Our Data Center Service Provider team has specialized industry experience and dedicated resources to help with any or all parts of the lifecycle.

We deliver the exact partnership you need, whether that is turnkey support or optimizing certain components. Our goal is to transform your data center into a business advantage by lowering operating costs, reducing and preserving capital, increasing speed to market and mitigating risk.

Here is an at-a-glance view of how the lifecycle approach works.

 

This brief video explains even more. You can also learn from other colocation experts and hear from our customers first hand, to help you leverage market trends and grow your business, while meeting the data center needs of your customers.

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