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ColoCrossing’s Buffalo Datacenter Increases Network Capacity

ColoCrossingI’ve always thought of Buffalo as an improbable success story.  For example, why does this city of less than 300,000 have an NFL team, while Phoenix (1.6 million), San Antonio (1.4 million), Columbus (900K), and dozens of others don’t?

And more on-point here, how did Buffalo carve out a niche for itself in the hosting world?  Why doesn’t everyone just host in NYC or Chicago?  Yet year after year we see offers in Buffalo.

Part of that answer is ColoCrossing.  They set up shop there many years ago and have built out massive capacity.  Now they’re growing and asked us to share the news:

Over the past several months here at ColoCrossing we have been working hard at enhancing our services and the customer’s experience. We are excited to announce that today we have increased our Buffalo datacenter’s network capacity by adding 200Gbps of additional Arelion bandwidth.

This enhancement marks a strategic move to meet the growing demands of businesses and individuals relying on our Buffalo datacenter services. The upgrades don’t stop there, in the upcoming weeks, our Buffalo datacenter will also be adding an additional 200Gbps of Cogent network capacity!

With these network updates, low latency, and high throughput network access to North America and Europe, our Buffalo datacenter is a prime location for all of your hosting needs.

To learn more about our Buffalo datacenter click here!

Check out all their dedicated server offers, and if you need colo or VPS they offer that as well.  Everything is backed by a 100% SLA guarantee and robust DDoS protection.

And if Buffalo is your geography, they also offer service in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York City, Atlanta, Seattle, and San Jose.


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