EdgeMicro, a leading edge colocation company recently announced five new micro data centers (MDCs) across the United States. These new data center sites include Cleveland, Indianapolis, Memphis, Houston, and Pittsburgh. These sites for the data centers were strategically selected due to their strong population base as well as input from their growing client base.
“Success of our initial locations has accelerated our deployment to the edge,” said Mike Hagan, Founder & CEO of EdgeMicro. “Our portfolio of eight strategically positioned MDCs offer businesses the chance to connect to users and fully demonstrates our ability to scale in a rapidly growing edge market. By offering infrastructure closer to the end user, we lower latency and positively impact the bandwidth challenges that have been created by increasingly important work-from-home demands related to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
EdgeMicro is an edge colocation company launched in 2017 dedicated to delivering on the promise of edge computing. Founded by an elite team with telecommunications and data center expertise with a simple yet innovative solution, EdgeMicro is deploying hundreds of network-neutral, modular data centers that deliver the scale and flexibility required at the edge. Source: EdgeMicro