Colocation America Targets Data Centers, VOIP Firms with Partnership Program

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Web hosting and colocation provider Colocation America announced last week it has extended its channel partnership program to develop strategic alliances in various industries and to expand its ability to expand its service offerings.

The extension of the program will target companies within the data center industry, VOIP services industry, and new market ventures.

Each partner is backed by Colocation America’s 100 percent uptime, 24-hour support, and 22 data centers.

Colocation America recently partnered with firewall management service provider Dome9, which the company said was highly successful for both companies in the last few months as many of Colocation America’s clients expressed their happiness with the option to add a trusted firewall solution to their servers.

“We are more strategically aligned than ever before to take on new partnerships,” said Albert Ahdoot, business development manager for Colocation America. “Our relationships with leading VOIP providers have proven to us the advantages of forging partnerships with companies whose clients require colocation and dedicated server services. Given our recent success working with new resellers, we are looking forward to building new relationships and sharing our knowledge of the industry with our partners.”

Colocation America has data centers in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and New Jersey, where it provides redundancy, connectivity, and security.

For the third consecutive year, Colocation America reported earlier this month that its data centers achieved 100 percent uptime.

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