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Montgomery Colocation

Within Montgomery, Alabama, businesses can access multiple data center facilities for their IT outsourcing needs. It can be quite the challenge to discern which provider will deliver the highest quality services at the most inexpensive prices. That is when QuoteColo comes to the rescue. At QuoteColo, we have worked with all of the Montgomery colocation providers and we know who specializes in which services and where you can find the lowest possible rates.

Receive Free Direct Colocation Quotes – All you have to do is submit a request with QuoteColo and we will provide to you a list of Montgomery colocation pricing information for the nearby facilities, as well as details about the services and reviews for the providers. All of this information is provided to you completely free of charge and you are not obligated to buy any of the services you learn about.

Quickly Find a Data Center That Meets Your Requirements – Within one to two days of your initial request, you will receive your detailed breakdown of Montgomery, AL colocation services and prices.  In just 48 hours, you could be comparing different facilities in order to connect with the colocation provider that will deliver the greatest value to your business. We do not want to make you wait any longer than necessary to make this beneficial and cost efficient decision.

Below, you will find the addresses of Montgomery colocation centers that you could be working with in the future:

  • 1 Court Sq.
  • 3613 Eastern Blvd


Montgomery services as the capital city of Alabama. After Birmingham, AL, Montgomery has the second highest population in the state, with approximately 205,000 residents. The greater Montgomery Metropolitan Area is home to roughly 375,000 people. Montgomery, incorporated in 1819, has a lot of historical significance and many notable landmarks, and was the initial capital of the Confederate States of America.

A wide range of industries supports the Montgomery miner hosting economy. Due to its proximity to railways and the Alabama River, Montgomery has long served as a regional distribution center for many different manufacturers. The leading industries in the state are Agriculture, Manufacturing and Education. In recent years, Montgomery has seen an increase in information and technology industries throughout the area.