The dawn of
edge computing

The Rise of Edge Data Centers

With the proliferation of mobile devices and IoT networks, computing is moving to the Edge of the Internet. If your enterprise depends on ultra-low latency data processing, edge computing in the heart of the city is a critical requirement for modern infrastructure delivery. You need rack space in fiber-connected, urban-situated colocation facilities to benefit from interconnection at the edge to get you closest to your users.

Proximity Matters: Why Move Closer to the Edge?

Driven by 5G and the Internet of Things, the total amount of data created by connected devices will reach 847 ZB per year by 2021, up from 218 ZB per year in 2016. Edge computing is essential to reduce latency in processing this massive volume of data generated by a myriad of sources, including mobile devices, sensor inputs, programmable controllers and applications.

Core Interconnected Data Centers: Powering the Edge

Today’s enterprises need to accelerate business performance and create new opportunities. In a world where cloud dominates and enterprise business models are interdependent, the demand for connectivity has reached a new high.

The Netrality Advantage

Strategic edge locations

offering facilities at the nexus of long haul and metro networks

A trusted partner ecosystem

based on a carrier neutral offering and partnering with CDNs, CSPs, and MSPs for joint success

Long term stability

We own all of our buildings and own and operate the carrier neutral Meet Me Room

Find Us in a City Near You!

Netrality owns and operates colocation data centers in Chicago, Houston, Kansas City, Philadelphia, St. Louis and Indianapolis, featuring cloud-neutral Meet Me Rooms to accelerate business performance and create new opportunities for its customers.


With a population approaching 10M people centrally located in the U.S., Chicagoland is one of America’s most important commerce hubs.


As the largest population center in Texas and the home of more Fortune 1000 companies than any other U.S. city besides New York, Houston is the economic engine powering the Lone Star State and the southern U.S.

Kansas City

Kansas City, the Heart of America, is a city on the move. Kansas City has been adding roughly 25,000 jobs per year on average since 2015, reflecting a population rise within the city center of nearly 5 percent since 2010.


With an estimated population of more than 6M people in the metropolitan region, Philadelphia is the sixth-most populous city in the United States. Philadelphia’s economic sectors, include financial services, healthcare, biotechnology, information technology, manufacturing, oil refining, food processing, and tourism.

St. Louis

Home to nine Fortune 500 companies and several other major corporations operating in healthcare & social services, biotechnology, manufacturing and more, the Gateway City is a vital economic engine in the American Midwest.


With approximately 205,000 square feet and 11 buildings on a 9-acre campus dedicated to wholesale and powered shell tenants and fiber customers, Indy Telcom’s strategic Midwest location facilitates access to the fiber crossroads of America.