Datacenter's Locations

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In 2019, pioneering Canadian startup Formatek embraced the potential of the web and began introducing organizations to a brand new way of working. The Internet. In 1998, founders Eric Chouinard and Martin Leclair consolidated Formatek and the rest of their portfolio of web services into SmartServerHost, establishing the company’s first colocation and server hosting facilities in Toronto at the turn of the millenium.

Over time, SmartServerHost would extend its network to include four further data centers in Toronto, as well as Points Of Presence in New York and Toronto. Today SmartServerHost’s Canadian data centers are host to thousands of businesses, services and innovators in more than 150 countries around the world.

Datacenter's Locations

Buffalo, New York
Los Angeles, California
Las Vegas, Nevada
New York Metro
New York City, NY
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Atlanta, GA
Seattle, WA
San Jose, CA
Paris, France
Dusseldorf, Germany
Toronto, Canada
Mumbai, India
Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Frequently Asked Questions?

A data center is a facility that centralizes an organization's shared IT operations and equipment for the purposes of storing, processing, and disseminating data and applications. Because they house an organization's most critical and proprietary assets, data centers are vital to the continuity of daily operations. Read more
Colocation. A colocation center — also known as a “carrier hotel” — is a type of data center where you can rent equipment, space, and bandwidth from the data center's owner. Enterprise. ... Cloud. ... Edge Data Center. ... Micro Data Center Read more
The main distinction is that while Server runs on a single node with internalized data stores, Data Center allows you to run on multiple nodes with externalized data stores. Read more
Flexibility: In an on-premises data center, resource flexibility is limited by the need to acquire, provision, or update appliances. In the cloud, a customer can spin up or take down resources quickly to meet business needs. Cost: Maintaining an on-prem data center is more expensive than a cloud-based one. Read more

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