CentralColo Named as One of CIO Review’s 20 Most Promising Data Center Solutions of 2016

CentralColo, an up and comer in the data center market, was recently recognized in CIO review’s 20 Most Promising Data Center Solutions, which was released this May. This annual list is hand-selected by a distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs, VCs and analysts specializing in the industry. CentralColo, a colocation data center company based in Silicon Valley, CA was singled out for excellence from over three hundred companies.

It was commended particularly for its “pay per use” model, which invites big and small companies to benefit from flexibility rather than rigid traditional payment options. This relatively new approach allows companies to get maximum benefits at competitive rates, making wasteful spending a thing of the past. These sorts of benefits are only available at colocation facilities like CentralColo’s flagship data center, which is attracting even more companies to cut out the costly building of large single-user data centers for companies needing high level computing.

Beyond its leading position in affordability and payment flexibility, CentralColo was also applauded for offering all the solutions needed for a traditional data center, including fiber connectivity, flexible power options, and efficient fully redundant cooling and secure infrastructure. Despite its attractive rates, CentralColo still maintains the highest of industry standards, taking pride in its record of 100% uptime.

Top quality, seamless hybrid solutions, which are challenging the industry to adapt quickly to changing customer needs, were of particular importance in this year’s Most Promising Data Center Solutions selection. CentralColo was able to demonstrate the success of its hybrid structure, as its hybrid cloud connect services ease customers’ ability to perform data transfers smoothly in and out of public cloud. CentralColo’s leadership is comprised of former cloud computing professionals who founded their company with the view that it is the key to industry growth.

CentralColo also topped the list for its ‘hybrid’ electrical infrastructure, with both a flexible and a dual independent mechanical infrastructure. This offers customers the benefit from high density compute lab space and full mission critical data center usage all in the same place. Arman Khalili, the Founder of CentralColo, says “This is as close to the cloud model that data center services can get.”

Other solutions recognized for this year’s 20 Most Promising Data Center Solutions list included Meathode Active Energy, providing lasting Lithium batteries, and Sunbird Software for improved management.

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