colocation

Optimize Network-to-Network Peering with Netrality 

Netrality’s colocation data centers, home to hundreds of the biggest networks around the globe, are the epicenter of connectivity in our markets. Peering at Netrality’s urban-located facilities provides Faster speeds, increased bandwidth, greater reliability, and lower costs.

Data Center Checklist: Safety and Business Continuity Requirements

Partnering with the right data center/office building operator is imperative for guaranteeing safety and business continuity. When selecting your data center/office space, make sure it provides reliability, security, business continuity, and safe, COVID-19 compliant environment for your data, offices, and employees.

International Data Center Day 2021

In November of 2020 Netrality, Bala, 7x24 International Exchange, and ACE Mentor Program joined together to virtually celebrate International Data Center Day and educate students from Roman Catholic High School, Bonner Prendie High School, and ACE Mentor Program.

The New Netrality Marketplace Is Here!

As a committed partner in your success, Netrality strives to deliver growth opportunities for you and your business. The Netrality Marketplace, a digital embodiment of our carrier-neutral, interconnected ecosystems, enables you to align with fellow ecosystem providers, showcase your product offerings, curate new revenue streams, and achieve your progressive business goals.

Netrality X Schneider Electric: Data Center Tech Bytes Podcast

In episode six, Gary Lamora, Regional Director, Schneider Electric and Amber Caramella, Chief Revenue Officer, Netrality Data Centers look ahead to what’s trending in the colocation and interconnection industries for the remainder of 2020 — with a particular focus on the central role edge will play.

How Colocation Enables Machine Learning as a Service

Over the last decade, what began with software as a service (SaaS) has proliferated into more advanced offerings such as platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS). Now, even something as complex and data-intensive as machine learning can be offered as a service—if you have enough bandwidth.