When looking for data centers in Kentucky to meet your business’s IT needs, it can be a daunting prospect as the state is large. QuoteColo can help you find a Kentucky colocation provider that not only fits your needs, but is also located near to you so you will never have to travel across the state to meet with them.
Instant Matching Results – Once you contact us with your requirements for Kentucky colocation services, we will match you with all of the potential data centers near you that meet your requirements. We will then provide you a list with quotes from each data center in between 24 and 48 hours. This instant matching allows your business to keep moving forward.
Completely Free – At QuoteColo we want you to get the best service for the best price and that is why we will provide you with the list of colocation facilities in Kentucky completely free of charge and will not hold you to any obligations.
Easy to Contact – Just like every other step of the process, contacting us with your requirements and request for quotes is simple. All you have to do is fill out the form on our website or call and talk to one of our knowledgeable staff at 888-400-5732.
We are in contact with Kentucky colocation facilities across the state. Here are just a few of the ones that we can match you with:
- 987 Central Blvd., Florence, Kentucky
- 180 E. 9th Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky
- 333 West Vine Street, Suite 3300, Lexington, Kentucky
- 332 W. Broadway, Louisville, Kentucky
- 235 A. Tom T. Hall Blvd., Olive Hill, Kentucky
- 12935 W. US Hwy. 42, Prospect, Kentucky
Kentucky is the 37th largest state in the United States and 26th in terms of population. Because of the bluegrass found throughout the state, it is nicknamed the “BluegrassState.” Kentucky has the largest length of streams and waterways that are navigable in the country, making it an ideal location for industry.
From its beginning, Kentucky has been one of the best locations for agricultural industries in the country and is still high ranking in terms of goat farming, beef cattle production and corn production. Despite its agricultural beginnings, Kentucky’s economy has expanded to include other industries as well such as auto manufacturing, medical facilities and energy fuel production. The state has many corporate headquarters including Brown-Forman, Humana and PharMerica.
Let QuoteColo help select the right colocation center in Kentucky for your needs and your business can be using outside IT services right away.