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The Business Case for Data Center Colocation & Mission-Critical Bandwidth Purchase from a Top-Tier IP Backbone

As businesses continue to drive for growth and manage costs, they are challenged to respond to an unpredictable economic climate, escalating levels of regulation, technological advances and ever greater volumes and complexity of data that businesses need to rely upon.

In the face of change, companies look for flexible and scalable ways to manage IT infrastructures, without compromising on security and reliability.

For many, outsourcing their need for data center capacity to colocation partners is the best solution. Companies retain control of their IT infrastructure while taking advantage of the state-of-the-art technology, scalability, security and availability that our data centers provide. In turn, this gives businesses the scope to focus on their core business operations.

In an environment where economic, technical and regulatory pressures are all impacting business IT infrastructure, enterprises can find they are either rapidly exceeding, or under-utilizing, the capacity of their in-house data centers. Often it’s a challenge to provide the space, power and cooling that advanced infrastructure requires.

By colocating your IT infrastructure in a HopOne data center, you can quickly achieve the numerous international and US standards compliance, security, redundancy, flexibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness to effectively support your business needs.


Private, Highly Secure “Data Center Within a Data Center” Colocation Case Study

LDiscovery, LLC

ldiscoveryLDiscovery provides end-to-end legal and technology consulting services to AmLaw 200 firms, Fortune 500 corporations, and large government agencies. Established in 2005, LDiscovery has quickly grown into one of the largest national eDiscovery providers with offices in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, and San Francisco, as well as a London site.

The Technology Challenge

In 2008 LDiscovery had already outgrown its own data center space at its McLean, VA headquarters. Not only was the company growing exponentially in size, but the infrastructure within their in-house facility was less than the enterprise-grade power, cooling, backup and networking that a leading provider of eDiscovery management solutions like LDiscovery requires.

By 2008 LDiscovery found itself challenged by fast-paced organic growth in an unpredictable economic climate, escalating levels of technological advances, and complexity of the infrastrucutre that an “always on” 24x7x365 enterprise needs to rely on. Outsourcing their needs for data center capacity to colocation partners was deemed to be the best solution, in order to allow LDiscovery to focus on its core competencies vs. be building out and managing data centers. LDiscovery’s Vice President of Technology, Brian T. Wolfinger (CCE, CISO) solicited proposals from numerous providers proximate to the LDiscovery headquarters site.

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IP Transit Case Study

King County, Washington

The Technology Challenge

In 2012, King County, WA was faced with finding a high-capacity Internet connectivity solution when its partnership with the city of Seattle for the same came to an end. King County residents, public services and officials depend on accurate data and always-on, always-fast connectivity to conduct day-to-day business and make decisions about county products and services.

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Colocation Case Study

Standard Technology, Inc.

The Technology Challenge

In Q1 of 2014, government contracting firm, Standard Technology, Inc., was faced with finding a home for their mission-critical healthcare planning and management systems. According to Howard Epstein, Chief Technology Officer, the firm’s increased needs for bandwidth were making the services of their existing service provider too cost prohibitive.

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Colocation Case Study

A Professional Services Firm

The Technology Challenge

With the impending launch of this new company, the firm was faced with the decision of whether to purchase and colocate or lease server equipment. After conducting a thorough cost/benefit analysis, they came to the conclusion that the long-term cost of ownership and colocation was a more cost-effective solution. The decision to colocate led them to search for a data center with the highest levels of security, redundancy, reliability, infrastructure, and technical expertise necessary to secure their equipment – a search that ultimately lead them to HopOne.

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Colocation Case Study

A Management Services Firm

The Technology Challenge

In the summer of 2012, this company’s existing colocation agreement was coming to an end. With rapid growth in their technology platforms and a need to cover critical business functions worldwide, the enterprise began an extensive search for another colocation provider that could provide the company with the level of service they needed to accomplish their aggressive growth strategy. With new initiatives in place, and utilizing a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, their site reliability and accessibility to their data was paramount. Like many businesses, the firm was using information technology to improve efficiency and service, not just to meet its own internal targets, but also to satisfy customer demand.

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