Companies may easily establish, expand or diversify their web infrastructure in Dallas, Texas by leveraging Carrier-1's private data centers suites. The purpose-built dedicated suites start with 1,000 square feet. Suites are available now at wholesale pricing.
A data center separated from the general colocation community is ideal for a private cloud deployment or organizations required to comply with regulations and standards related to their business such as financial and medical institutions. The Carrier-1 building is an SSAE 18 SOC 1 Type II audited facility and therefore supports compliant requirements including PCI, HIPPA, FedRAMP, FISMA and Sarbanes-Oxley.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area has been one of the top five U.S. markets for data center demand for many reasons. Companies want to establish a data footprint in Dallas, Texas without the capital expenditures, liability or long lead time that comes with a build.
Whether it's a primary site, a secondary location for disaster recovery, or a tertiary point to diversify their footprint, businesses typically want to turn up a data center solution quickly and cost efficiently. On some occasions, a standard colocation solution is not always the best fit. Carrier-1's private data centers are designed to address this type of requirement by allowing customers to be a single tenant with the autonomy, protection and control they need.
"Tenants may design their own infrastructure deployment while benefiting from the shared overhead costs that come with our colocation environment," said Carrier-1's CEO, Peter Pathos. "The core environmental systems, network redundancies, operational efficiencies, local support and security protocols are already in place; allowing us to turn-up dedicated space for a tenant within a few weeks."