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Introducing Netrality’s New Brand Identity

Netrality has introduced an exciting new brand identity. Read the Netrality blog to learn more about our differentiation in location, flexibility, stability, and ecosystem.

As we approach the midway point of 2018, the data center landscape has reached an inflection point. The rise of hybrid cloud and latency-sensitive technologies demand a modern infrastructure approach, one that takes into account not just today’s user expectations but those of the future.

That’s where we come in. Our interconnected data centers in strategic locations allow modern, data-intensive businesses to reach their maximum potential. From collaborating faster to powering self-driving cars or AI applications, we operate at the center of a wide range of 21st century business requirements.

Today, we’re debuting a new visual brand identity that matches our modern, future-built infrastructure offering. From the website to our physical locations, we’ve overhauled our brand to highlight Netrality’s strongest differentiators:

  • Location – We offer the most interconnected data centers in key metro areas across the US
  • Flexibility – Netrality offerings scale to meet needs as our customers evolve
  • Stability – Owning and operating our buildings means we’re dependable for the long haul
  • Ecosystem – Our network-neutral locations partner, rather than compete, with CDNs, MSPs, CSPs and major cloud providers to provide a superior interconnection environment

While our logo remains the same, everything else is different. Our new, modern identity is poised to grow with us as we continue to expand our footprint, offerings and partner ecosystem. If you’d like to learn more about how we can help you grow, too, we’d love to hear from you.

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