Carrier-neutrality has become the best option for businesses outsourcing their data centers. Depending on your business needs, for an in-house solution, you can either use multiple providers to build redundancy or select a specific carrier to provide you with network connectivity. For colocation, choosing a facility that can provide the best connectivity possible is probably the single most important aspect.
What is Carrier-Neutrality?
A carrier neutral data center offers customers more choices and are generally the choice for service. A carrier-neutral colocation facility can offer the ability to connect your infrastructure to a range of bandwidth providers that can help improve the reach and performance of your business applications. Allowing interconnection between multiple colocations to share the facilities of a single colocation center. Carrier neutral data centers aren’t limited to one service provider; fostering competition among providers to offer cost-efficiency and value, producing a better service for their customers.
The Importance of Carrier-Neutrality
Carrier-neutrality is an essential factor that provides diversity and flexibility for the client seeking service. Consumers in a carrier-neutral facility have many advantages such as lower prices and better connectivity service. Also providing more capabilities on seeking interconnection services, providing a greater degree of connectivity. Whitelabel ITSolutions data centers are carrier-neutral, providing customers options of connectivity to many carriers for their business. Being able to connect with multiple carriers in our data center enables redundancy, uptime and cost-efficiency, all which are a great benefit to any business seeking to outsource their data center.