Web hosting and colocation provider CoreXchange announced on Monday it has launched data center colocation services with high capacity connectivity and reliable power.
The announcement comes just a few weeks after CoreXchange restructured its management team in order to continue providing a premium level of support as it signs on more customers.
The high capacity connectivity and reliable power guarantee is the latest in CoreXchange’s ongoing initiative to market its colocation services.
The Dallas region is one of the most competitive US markets for colocation services, which is why it can only benefit a company when it differentiates its colocation offerings through marketing efforts.
CoreXchange’s past marketing efforts for colocation services have included offering enterprise colocation solutions with zero set up fee and free rack and stack on all online orders, and introducing a 30-day money back guarantee.
According to its website, CoreXchange’s network increases performance, lowers costs and delivers redundant connectivity, while providing access to multiple, BGP-routed Tier-1 Internet backbones through one fully managed connection.
The company offers high-speed cross-connections to all major carriers, including direct connections to Equinix.
CoreXchange provides enterprise-level colocation and connectivity solutions that are designed to be flexible so that the company is able to reach a broader range of customers.
The company continues to design a scalable space solution which allows businesses to use as much or a little server resources as they need to operate online commercial establishments.
All CoreXchange colocation solutions feature space in its secure SSAE 16 SOC-1 Type II compliant data center, CoreXchange premium bandwidth mesh of Tier-1 carriers or reach any carrier directly, unmetered and burstable bandwidth options, and 24-hour on-site support by onsite technicians.
Aside from colocation services, CoreXchange also provides high performance network connectivity, Internet access, Dallas disaster recovery, and a business continuity center.
Early in 2012, CoreXchange completed its SSAE 16 Type II audit.
Talk back: Do you think CoreXchange’s marketing its colocation services with ‘high capacity connectivity and reliable power’ will help to bring in more business? In the highly competitive Dallas market, what are you doing to differentiate your colocation services? Let us know in a comment.