MOD Mission Critical (MOD) is an international Managed Services Provider (MSP) specializing in colocation and IP services solutions. With a combined 40 years of experience providing managed services, we’re committed to exceeding our client’s expectations because our reputation and business depend on it.
MOD’s Colo by the ‘U’ services provides enterprises and small to medium-sized businesses with unique colocation options that are flexible, scalable and cost-effective as their demand for colocation and cloud services continues to grow. Through mutually beneficial partnerships, MOD shares these services with strategically located data center facilities in underserved markets throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Full Suite of Network Solutions
In the data-networking space, MOD combines facilities and non-facilities-based assets to deliver comprehensive, mission-critical network solutions. MOD offers dark fiber, colocation, and advanced network services including: Ethernet, Wavelength, SONET, and Dedicated Internet Access throughout the world. By partnering with boutique engineering teams, MOD is able to provide cloud services for managed hosting and circuit monitoring and management.
All solutions are procured, engineered and optimized to ensure high reliability for Type II global networking solutions. MOD combines off-net solutions with its on-net and facilities-based platforms to create custom end-to-end services to ensure reliable, cost-effective network solutions.
MOD Custom Cloud Offerings
IBC – Connecting Networks From One Meet-Me-Room to Another
The IBC platform provides flat rate connectivity options for companies that require inter-building connectivity to disparate data centers in key metro markets. IBC is a unique service that provides inter-data center connectivity among different owner-operated meet-me-rooms. Now companies can interconnect with multiple facilities operated by different service providers in connections ranging from 100Mbps to 10G wavelengths and beyond.
Not all carriers are created equal. Some are better for certain geographic coverage, while others are good for their vast amount of peering. Some networks are just overpriced and bureaucratic. Let us help you choose wisely.