21 May 2019

Unlocking Your Competitive Advantage: Empowering Mobile Solutions with the Hybrid Cloud

As the digital and automated facets of our world grow ever-present, businesses have been finding new ways to stay ahead of the curve while simultaneously addressing their current IT challenges. Now, a growing number of companies are finding that the latest and greatest digital transformation tool can be described with a single word: mobility. Put simply, technological and business mobility means that you can use and access your critical information, data and applications untethered. Offering ample opportunity for augmented digital operations with reduced friction, mobility grants the best of consistency, efficiency and engagement, all while providing an overall more hassle-free, seamless experience to boot. In fact, mobility has created such a buzz in the business world that statistics forecast that worldwide enterprise mobility management (EMM) revenues will reach $16.69 billion in 2021.

When combined with cloud computing, a truly game-changing business strategy is born. As businesses are seeking new ways to work mobility-friendly processes into their day-to-day operations, they find that they need an environment that offers high performance, scalability and efficiency to enable the easy data access that mobility depends on. The hybrid cloud, specifically, has become a winning strategy. With the benefits of mobility properly and fully expressed, businesses can create a cohesive and effective framework that keeps every critical element connected at all times.

Mobility Applications

Nowadays, mobility’s applications are practically endless. First and foremost, mobility offers a multitude of opportunities to improve the cornerstone of business: customer experience. As just one example of how mobility improves this facet of business, one report commissioned by Samsung revealed that 39 percent of the 500 managers and executives that were surveyed believe that mobile-friendly processes promote better collaboration and productivity. 35 percent of the same respondents noted an improvement in the quality of the work accomplished. By focusing on mobility, employees are empowered to be more productive simply because they can more easily and seamlessly perform critical tasks and functions. Unified communications with the use of mobile phones and other devices means a more streamlined process and heightened continuity, both of which are critical for maintaining a competitive edge. Overall, mobility-friendly business frameworks facilitate improved productivity, quicker decision-making and increased satisfaction across the board.

However, this is not to say that implementing mobility is a breeze. Across all these applications, the most critical component for success lies in the ability to access all pertinent data across a wider range of devices and locations, which can be a difficult order to fill. The most promising solution? The hybrid cloud.

Implementing Mobility with the Hybrid Cloud

The hybrid cloud offers the best of private and public clouds (scalability, security, cost savings and more), but most importantly, this strategy delivers much-needed agility and flexibility, allowing enterprises to support growing and changing digital business transformations. Adapting and remaining nimble is critical for any business in this contemporary era, but especially as mobility gains momentum, being able to pivot easily is indispensable. Essentially, the hybrid cloud enables applications, workloads and assorted data to move and operate across boundaries (on-premises and off) and architectures with one common data management system, making mobility easy.

Of course, changing the trajectory of business operations to include an entire new architecture is no small task, and in fact can be quite daunting. Luckily, experts are available to help. MOD Mission Critical is well-versed in helping businesses adopt the hybrid cloud frameworks that empower their mobile future, making them the perfect trusted partner to help with the transition. As a cloud service provider offering international cloud strategies and best-of-breed services, MOD ensures enterprises are staying ahead of the curve by helping them harnessing the best of mobility, all through a single managed service agreement (MSA).

Of course, MOD delivers these top-tier services with boutique-level care and individualized attention that makes each business’s requirements a unique priority. Getting to the hybrid cloud and going mobile has never been easier than with MOD’s bespoke solutions. To meet every need, MOD ensures provides a one-stop-shop for access to over 100,000 network Points of Presence (PoPs), products from over 800 suppliers and connections to 400 carriers in 200 data centers and deep experience from deploying networks across over 80 countries. Plus, businesses  can relax as they go through the process knowing that MOD’s support technicians are available around the clock to help troubleshoot.

As the digital world expands and enables applications that help every business create amplified user enjoyment and productivity, no enterprise should be left behind due to the intimidation of moving to the cloud. If enterprises ally themselves with a great partner, expressing the benefits of mobility doesn’t have to include damaging setbacks or uncertainty. With MOD’s fully managed solutions, industry-leading service, customer-first approach and real human touch, organizations can rest assured that they’ll be fully mobile in no time and more capable than ever before.

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09 May 2019

Heading Along the Digital Transformation Journey: Destination Hybrid Cloud

Emerson is credited with saying, “life is a journey, not a destination.” While there is some debate over whether Emerson ever actually said this, it’s pretty spot on when you apply the statement to digital transformation. This ‘journey’ to digital transformation is marked by a fundamental shift in business environments, seemingly endless new technologies, and demands on businesses to keep pace with market demands through innovation and optimization.

When we consider the digital transformation journey, there are several ‘destinations’ along the way. The hybrid cloud environment is one of those destinations that play a vital role in helping businesses migrate from on-prem to cloud over time. Hybrid cloud solutions offer a blended ecosystem with public cloud capabilities tied into private cloud environments. Layer in a few SaaS products and you’ve got a digital transformation journey powered by the hybrid cloud.

Getting it right – Decisions that can make or break the deployment

The seemingly small decisions along the transformation journey are actually the critical choices that either delay or derail the initiative or make it a total success. Engaging with C-level teams to determine the best way to budget for supporting two environments is an excellent place to start. Essentially, you are taking resources from one environment and moving them to another, which means your internal silos must evolve to work with a hybrid cloud model. Additionally, keeping a constant, clear communication path open for all stakeholders involved will help encourage ‘buy-in’ as you migrate to a new environment.

While budgeting and communication are easily manageable within your organization, the most critical piece of hybrid cloud migration is the decisions you will make regarding technology. From security and privacy to applications and user tools, a misstep here could be tragic for your deployment. Moving to the cloud requires a detailed look at both your existing on-prem environment as well as the emerging cloud estates to determine which elements each environment will need to support.

Choosing the right hybrid cloud partner

The journey to digitally transform your business isn’t an easy trek, even for the most seasoned IT professionals. Finding the right cloud partner will reduce the opportunity for poor decisions, delays, or total failure. At MOD Mission Critical, our customer-centric approach to providing hybrid cloud options that are flexible, scalable and cost-effective helps keep you ahead of the curve as demands grow. Let our team of cloud experts help you develop a strategy for achieving digital transformation greatness.

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24 Apr 2019

Keeping Pace with Current Data Center Trends: 4 Key Concepts That Are Shaping The Future Of The Industry

Since the dawn of the data center, the trends and requirements that influence how facilities are built and operated have been continually evolving as the needs of businesses and end users grow and change. Every new year brings new challenges, new demands and new cutting edge technologies to incorporate. Of course, with change comes exciting new capabilities and applications, but it can also make it difficult for businesses to pivot and adapt quickly to maintain their competitive edge.

As the industry’s eyes remained trained on the horizon, the idea of what data centers will look like in the future will continue to be recast and reimagined. For right now though, there are four main trends that every business should be keeping an eye on to best prepare themselves and their facilities for the coming years.

Cloud’s Growing Dominance

The data center industry has had its head in the clouds for some time now, with hybrid cloud environments emerging as a particularly popular business architecture. Current industry forecasts showcase a continual increase in cloud popularity and market size as the worldwide hybrid cloud market expands from $61.2 billion in 2019 to $91.74 billion in 2021.

As this trend’s influence grows in the data center sphere, more enterprises will be shifting and reallocating their IT resources to a cloud-based setting, utilizing a variety of private and public clouds, colocation facilities, and on-premises data centers. Notably, one major benefit of a hybrid cloud is its augmented agility, allowing businesses to more seamlessly keep pace with the breakneck speed of contemporary digital business. As a result of this critical asset, the hybrid cloud is one craze that won’t be going anywhere any time soon.

The Data Center Sphere’s Newest Investors

For a long time, private equity funds were the investment powerhouses in the data center market. Recently, this has begun to change as a new class of investors has entered the arena: infrastructure and sovereign wealth funds. These new players, originally focused on projects such as toll roads and airports, are now focusing their gaze, and their funds, on data center investment opportunities.

Infrastructure funds and sovereign wealth funds are coming to the table with deeper pockets and longer timelines for return on investment (ROI) than traditional private equity investors, and this will be reflected in their new builds in major markets. For instance, Macquarie Infrastructure Partners, Brookfield Infrastructure Partners, and Stonepeak Infrastructure are now developing their data center portfolios, some with a presence in eminent areas like Ashburn. This increase in competition may mean added pressure on margins and pricing, and the change in market valuation may shake things up a bit, but the true outcome will only be seen as time goes on.

Added Staffing Difficulty Dials up the Pressure  

In 2018, IT industry CIOs reported that many facets of technical sectors are facing a skill shortage, but areas like Big data, technical architecture, security and enterprise architecture garnered the most concern. Up to 46 percent of respondents noted that they experienced a lack of appropriate hiring opportunities in these areas. For data centers teams, this skills gap will also exert mounting pressure as businesses can no longer recruit or hire the talent they need for daily operations.

To combat the negative effects of this widening talent gap, a growing number of businesses have turned to consultants that specialize in hiring technical expertise that appropriately suits a business’s needs. Automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) has also exploded onto the scene with applications that may somewhat negate hiring issues by facilitating automatic, or nearly automatic, processes. The market for applications like machine learning was worth around $3.3 billion in 2018 and is expected to continue on the upswing, but this alone will not be enough to circumvent hiring woes.

A Burgeoning Bandwidth Economy

The industry at large is well-acquainted with the fact that data demands are sky-high, and the rate of expansion when it comes to bandwidth requirements will not be slowing down. To keep pace with these growing demands from end users, data centers will have to find new and novel ways to accommodate huge masses of data racing at quick speeds. Data centers as a whole will become increasingly vital as the need for data expands, so finding ways to grow capabilities will be paramount, whether that be by leveraging the edge, the cloud or other innovative strategies.

Rest Easy, We Can Help

Adapting to changing trends doesn’t always mean trying to hit a moving target. There are ways to future-proof every business and stay ahead of the curve by remaining flexible, empowering scalability and prioritizing agility, and MOD Mission Critical can help. MOD offers bespoke managed, network and data center services with a boutique level of attention, meaning that each individual business can get the help it needs to adapt to every trend and beyond.

By offering best-of-breed, fully-managed services via a single master service agreement, plus a human touch for top-tier customer service, businesses can seamlessly leverage augmented flexibility and scalability to ensure they stay ahead of the game.

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09 Apr 2019

Four Data Center Game Changers Shifting the Industry Landscape Right Now

A shifting data center landscape can create widespread uncertainty among businesses. With innumerable factors at play shifting enterprise demands and requirements, staying stay ahead of the curve is more critical (and more difficult) than ever before, and lagging behind may mean becoming obsolete. Here are four of the biggest data center game changers occurring right now.

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20 Mar 2019

Cultivating Your Digital Ecosystem: How Interconnection Bolsters Data Center Capabilities

The data center landscape is buzzing with ways to manage burgeoning demands from end users. First, traditional IT was disrupted by mass adoption of cloud solutions and enablers (in a 2018 survey, 51 percent of global enterprises indicated they leverage hybrid cloud solutions to manage their IT environment). Now the edge is the new frontier. With distributed infrastructure helping to leverage cloud solutions and the edge, companies gain benefits such as reduced latency and increased security. Add in the Internet of Thing’s (IoT) push for more data processing at even faster speeds from all sorts of locations (near and far) and it’s clear: in this day and age, more is more. The future of the digital world is shaping up to look like a mass of IT clouds with data management and analysis happening at the edge of the network. This means that the traditional stand-alone, isolated data center will no longer adequately serve the needs of the enterprise. To keep pace with and express the benefits of both the edge and the cloud, businesses will need to go beyond the four walls of their data centers and plug into a more interconnected, distributed network.

So what exactly is network interconnection? Network interconnection is defined by providing connections between different processing elements or nodes on a network, typically connected by switching elements. In essence, interconnection services allow for distributed capabilities over a secure, low-latency, high-resiliency and cost-effective network that businesses can manage and extend to carry data traffic across their entire footprint. Interconnection services enable private connections to and among partners and customers. This includes fast, direct and secure access to software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers outside your business’s direct vicinity and more.

Benefits of network interconnection

The most powerful aspect of an interconnection strategy is its ability to integrate an array of applications, data types, and sources by connecting a range of facilities, platforms and cloud solutions over a distributed footprint that goes wherever the enterprise does. In a world more reliant on hybrid clouds, the ability to delicately balance performance, cost, workloads and more is paramount. For instance, in a January 2019 survey, nearly 70 percent of enterprise respondents noted that managing multiple clouds was either somewhat of a challenge or a significant risk of cloud adoption. With an interconnection solution, leveraging hybrid or multi-clouds becomes more efficient, providing a framework that keeps businesses agile. By establishing the three main components of interconnection to the cloud (a private network, private gateway and private interface), businesses can have more freedom to cost-effectively create and manage an overlay network that is separate from the underlying hardware. Plus, enterprises can create border gateway protocols (BGP) peering between multiple networks, allowing for seamless connectivity across the entire enterprise footprint.

Interconnection also provides unparalleled speed, resiliency, and cost per bit. This is achieved by leveraging Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM). DWDM is a technology that allows fiber to be split into a multitude of wavelengths, allowing data on multiple optical carrier signals to be transferred between sites simultaneously.

Network interconnection implementation

While the benefits of the interconnected network are vast, implementing this new strategy can seem complex. Luckily, MOD Mission Critical serves as a trusted interconnection partner, empowering businesses via a single master service agreement that instantly allows the many-to-many connections, transporting critical applications and data anywhere in the world at wholesale rates. MOD provides a one-stop-shop for access to over 100,000 network Points of Presence (PoPs), products from over 800 suppliers and connections to 400 carriers in 200 data centers and deep experience from deploying networks across over 80 countries.

Whether it’s multinational, long-haul or metro transport, MOD’s expert wide area networking (WAN) services deliver best-of-breed solutions that support any and all critical business needs. Meanwhile, MOD’s cost-effective, high-capacity DWDM service is ideal for overcoming access or capacity constraints. Additionally, MOD offers the true 10Gbps bandwidth over long haul and 10Gbps speeds between PoPs with proactive monitoring to ensure the utmost security to every point and across the globe.

Of course, with MOD, all of the perks of interconnection are enhanced by boutique level care, fully managed services and bespoke solutions that allow enterprises to further customize their network. As demands are stretched and business footprints grow to accommodate more, interconnection is the most promising way to empower digital business and support growth. Going beyond the walls of a stand-alone data center can be daunting at first, but it’s a critical move for any business wanting to maintain a competitive edge. With MOD though, the guesswork is gone. By maintaining fully-managed, industry-leading service, a customer-first design approach and a real human touch, MOD makes it easier than ever to support demands from the edge to the cloud.

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05 Mar 2019

Amping Up Your Network Infrastructure with Next-Level Interconnection

The days of the siloed data center are over. With exploding data and bandwidth needs, the era of the interconnected, distributed network is now. As the edge and other emerging applications such as high definition video stretch the capabilities of our infrastructure and network congestion and latency remain paramount, going beyond on-premise environments to other clouds and facilities is becoming a necessity.

Luckily, the power and flexibility of MOD Mission Critical’s interconnection services make it easier than ever to achieve a secure, low-latency, high-resiliency and cost-effective network to support your business demands from the edge to the cloud and everywhere in between.

As a trusted interconnection partner, here are a few benefits MOD offers:

 

Of course, all of this comes to you in the form of bespoke solutions with wholesale rates, tailored to fulfill any and all critical business needs on the local, national or international connectivity levels.

Interconnection to a range of clouds, facilities and platform enablers allows you and your business to remain agile in a world of changing demands, empowering you to integrate an array of applications, data types and sources over a footprint that goes wherever you go. MOD offers the true 10Gbps bandwidth over long haul and 10Gbps speeds between our PoPs and your enterprise locations in major metro markets, all for you to control and apply as you see fit for your individual demands.

With boutique-level care and a customer-first approach, MOD delivers fully managed, private, point-to-point capabilities over a state-of-the-art Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) network. Plus, we take the guesswork out of your network management by proactively monitoring and maintaining industry-leading service and ensuring our support technicians are ready and waiting to provide assistance whenever it’s needed.

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20 Feb 2019

Keeping Your Edge: The Benefits of Distributed Infrastructure and IoT

Ask any data center professional what the biggest trends are in the industry and their answer will certainly include two words: the edge. Behind the scenes of this massive push for edge computing is the Internet of Things, a network of devices and sensors spanning a multitude of items, including everything from cars to washing machines. In fact, forecasts currently note that in just five years the number of connected devices will rise to an astounding total of 25 billion with 50 billion installed or embedded sensors. Additionally, statistics show a predicted increase in edge computing market revenues from 1.47 billion U.S. dollars in 2017 to 6.72 billion by the year 2022.

While individual definitions of the edge may differ depending on the source, the edge is generally recognized as a computing architecture where computation is performed on distributed device nodes, where the data is being generated, instead of in a centralized data center environment. It’s true that many of today’s software applications build the software layer either in major data centers or public clouds, however, they still need to control the path of the packet so it can be delivered as close to the consumer as possible. This is why some businesses may adopt a hybrid model. Why the widespread and fervent adoption of the edge, though?

Widespread adoption of the edge

In essence, the edge enables data, applications, information processing, and computing power to move out of denser urban data center hubs like Silicon Valley or Northern Virginia and into secondary and underserved tertiary markets. While popular data center sites aren’t going anywhere any time soon, and in fact are often critical players in hosting the service layer for IoT, developers are focusing efforts on remaining closer to the end user. This promotes a host of operational and service benefits. Some of the most notable benefits are a boost in network performance and a critical reduction in latency. Looking at the numbers and the benefits, IoT and the edge promise to be the biggest revolution in the topography and function of the data center industry in the decades to come.

Migrating to the edge

To help clients fully express the benefits of the edge and in turn allow the end-user to benefit from edge computing, MOD Mission Critical makes flexibility a priority, ensuring businesses have what they need wherever they are. As needs for colocation and cloud services grow from the edge trend, international Managed Service Provider (MSP) MOD takes a truly customer-centric approach with specialized, customized, boutique-level services to allow for flexibility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness when provisioning any service a client may need.

When migrating to the edge, MOD knows that the needs of businesses will undoubtedly include a few things: high bandwidth connectivity, a private network fabric, software-defined networking, connectivity to cloud providers and local support.

Bandwidth

To start, edge computing workloads are notoriously demanding with intense throughput of data. As such, data centers need high-bandwidth, around 100Gbps, the likes of which often cannot be achieved on business premises. Enterprises will also need a private network fabric with global reach, allowing for private connectivity from every data center to multiple Internet Exchanges to provide a multitude of connectivity options to hundreds of providers to ease this bandwidth strain.

SD-WAN

Along the same lines, Software-Defined Networking (SDN) will be highly beneficial for the edge. With so many applications and devices operating at the edge, a centrally-managed network will prove necessary. Here, MOD’s network monitoring becomes highly valuable, helping businesses to have visibility across the entire network to fix bottlenecks and address bandwidth-related issues. All of this will enable access to services and capabilities at a speed that matches that of today’s digital world.

Connectivity

Cloud provider connectivity is the next necessity for multi-tenant data centers. As edge computing and cloud computing go hand-in-hand, having direct, private connections to all major cloud providers and support of both hybrid and multi-cloud configurations will allow businesses to accommodate the storage and processing needs at the edge.

Local Support

Finally, local support is key. While juggling all these balls in the air, it helps to have reliable professionals at your side every step of the way to procure and manage all your best-in-breed services. MOD’s full set of managed services, including dedicated and virtual hosting, managed colocation and managed hardware, reduce the pressure to find and develop your own networking experts.

Any major change to business operations is daunting, but MOD is here to help. MOD’s services take the laundry list of edge requirements and work to alleviate the burden, empowering businesses to leverage the edge with high-capacity, private and expertly managed connectivity with global reach to as many Internet Exchanges and providers as possible. MOD provides solutions that seamlessly operate at the levels of speed and agility that customers need, with Colo by the ‘U’ services ensuring that businesses can achieve flexible, scalable and cost-effective solutions for growing cloud and colocation demands. Additionally, customers employing MOD’s services can take full advantage of strategically located data centers throughout underserved markets in the U.S. and Canada and a growing list of points of presence (PoPs). Just give us a call or send us a message!

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09 Jan 2019

Trends and Transformations: What the Future of the Digital Economy Holds for Data Centers

As the digital universe transforms, the number of devices and applications to support is growing exponentially. The Digital Economy currently boasts impressive revenue projections of 174 billion by 2023. However, with this growth comes a host of connectivity needs, data storage demands and computing requirements. As digital transformation reshapes how we approach and manage our data, the data center, and how we choose to adapt it to the industry’s new demands, will be key to success. The macro-level forecast for 2019’s digital trends focuses on a few key ideas for the data center, with the two most promising solutions lying in the cloud and the distributed edge. On the smaller-scale, these changes are sure to make some waves in key markets.

Adoption of the Hybrid Cloud

One notable trend forming for the year ahead is the continued evolution of cloud adoption, with the most common iteration taking the form of a hybrid cloud. It’s no secret that moving systems and workloads to the cloud provides a secure and automated environment, bolstering efficiency and productivity. While the mass migration to the cloud is nothing new, companies have been realizing that utilizing solely a public or private cloud may not always be the most efficient both from a cost and security perspective. This has led to businesses adopting a mix of cloud services and providers, employing networking, security or storage options from connected cloud providers like Amazon or Alibaba, both of which are creating more private cloud options as well. With this method, businesses can develop a more seamless cloud strategy specifically to suit their individual needs, optimizing functionality and maximizing agility while prioritizing choice and growth potential.

The Emergence of Distributed Infrastructure

At the edge, another digital transformation is taking place to provide solutions for managing and enabling a growing number of connected devices, the data that flows through them and the necessity of time-critical processing. Now more than ever, the end user is paramount and the focus is on processing data faster and in more locations. Distributed infrastructure is emerging as the latest and greatest solution for facilitating this type of digital transformation. Moving data facilities to the edge, and therefore closer to the end user, enables a host of benefits including real-time processing of data and analytics with far lower latency, meaning a better experience for consumers. The distributed edge effectively allows for a more capable and efficient data network, meaning the industry can fully accommodate sky-high demands and foster innovative digital progress.

MOD Mission Critical’s Role in Digital Economy

These changes to the structure of data center operations and distribution in the face of digital transformation mean that smaller markets, and the businesses and end-users they contain, will be seeing a lot of movement in the future. MOD Mission Critical is no stranger to growing business and end-user needs, especially when it comes to the future of the cloud and the edge. In fact, the international Managed Service Provider (MSP) is already poised to facilitate a multitude of changes that may come to businesses as their digital needs change.

MOD’s Colo by the ‘U’ services ensure that businesses can achieve flexible, scalable and cost-effective solutions for growing cloud and colocation demands. These services are shared with data centers in underserved markets throughout the U.S. and Canada, including new locations in Seattle and Austin. Ensuring Points of Presence (PoPs) in a growing number of locations and extending service to the places businesses need to enable continued growth and capability at the edge. Whether it’s a move to the cloud or a new presence in a strategic location on the distributed edge, MOD offers trusted expertise to empower businesses in the evolving digital economy.

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19 Dec 2018

This Holiday Season, We’re Making it Even Easier to Stay Connected

During this festive time of year, MOD Mission Critical wants to be closer to the people we appreciate most – our customers. As an international Managed Services Provider (MSP) specializing in colocation and IP service solutions, it’s critical that we stay close to where our customers are and where they need to be.

That’s why we’re celebrating the fact that our global footprint and Points of Presence (PoPs) has grown, expanding our range of data center services (Managed Colocation, Colocation Procurement), network services (WAN Transformation, IP Transit, Transport Services) and managed services (Dedicated Hosting, Virtual Hosting, Managed Proxy, Global IPv4, Network Monitoring, Managed Hardware) to new cities closer to you. We’ve added two new strategic locations (Seattle and Austin) to our family of PoPs this year. Be sure to check out our full list of points of presence to see the entire lineup, which includes Rome, Amsterdam, Tampa, Shanghai and beyond.

Adding these new locations in key markets in Austin, TX and Seattle, WA, we ensure that we continue to broaden our coverage. As the industry moves more towards distributed infrastructure, providing colocation options that are flexible, scalable, and cost-effective is even more important. We are dedicated to delivering these services that will go the extra mile and deliver value to our customers.

Join today, and we’ll make the deal extra sweet with one free month of hosting at these sites.

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21 Nov 2018

Providing Scary Good Cloud Services and Solutions

As the October chill sets in and Halloween draws near, you can rest assured that with MOD Mission Critical (MOD) customizable colocation and IP service solutions, you’ll be getting all treats and no tricks. MOD’s data center, network services, and managed services provide enterprises and small to medium-sized businesses with unique colocation options that are flexible, scalable, and cost-effective.

MOD Mission Critical’s range of data center services (Managed Colocation, Colocation Procurement), network services (IP Transit, Transport Services) and managed services (Dedicated Hosting, Virtual Hosting, Managed Proxy, Global IPv4, Network Monitoring, Managed Hardware) are deployed across strategically located data center facilities. These facilities, located in Tier 2 and Tier 3 markets throughout the U.S. and Canada, provide clients with the confidence to get the cloud and expert support needed to solve even the toughest cloud challenges.

Make sure to check out MOD’s updated website, featuring user-friendly navigation to get you closer toward your business solution, product, and/or service. Our new Inflect map intuitively showcases MOD’s locations across the globe to easily and simply express each data center site’s customer benefits. MOD’s point of presence (PoP) list is also a great resource to use if you want to learn more about their growing portfolio of international locations, which includes PoP sites in Amsterdam, Chicago, Barcelona and beyond.

MOD takes the fear out of hybrid cloud management. With a range of colocation and IP service solutions and cooperative website features, MOD is making it easier than ever to get your hands on flexible, scalable, and cost-effective solutions.

Ask yourself this…

  • Do your customers need IPv4 space? International network connectivity?
  • Do they utilize multi-cloud strategies? How about global OOB strategies?
  • What about you? Do you require dedicated servers in international markets?

If you answered “yes” to any of those questions – we need to talk!

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