Data Centers in the US


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What are data centers?

Data centers are physical facilities that provide the infrastructure for companies to store, process and distribute data.

Equinix’s Atlanta data centers

Established in 1998, allows customers and organizations to use its products and services like digitals, data centers, and interconnection services.

Digital Reality’s Atlanta data centers

Founded in 2004, it provides data centers, interconnection solutions, and colocation for domestic and international customers.

Digital Reality’s Boston data centers

There are three Digital Reality data centers in Boston which can be accessed by companies and institutions for connections and colocation options.

Digital Reality’s New York data centers

It offers a robust ecosystem and access to more than 575 networks, IT, financial content, and cloud partners, providers, and enterprise customers.


Established in 2001, Coresite has its headquarters in Denver, Colorado, US. It is currently operating 28 data centers across 10 US markets.

Cyxtera’s Denver data centers

It can scale faster with industry-leading colocation services, seamless interconnection, and on-demand access to its robust partner ecosystem.

Amazon Web Services’s Ashburn data centers

Established in 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s most popular and globally adopted cloud platform.

Microsoft Azure’s Boydton data center

Founded in April 1975, it provides a broad range of cloud services, such as data analytics, storage, computing, and networking.



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