Find Colocation, Dedicated Servers & Cloud Hosting:
Call Now (888) 400-5732

Warren Colocation

Warren Colocation
Get Free Quotes for Warren Colocation
QuoteColo offers a FREE SERVICE matching buyers of Warren colocation with reputable and cost effective hosting providers.
Get Your Free Warren Colocation Quotes Now

City Top 3

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Companies in need of Warren colocation services have to look outside the city for providers. At the moment, Warren doesn’t have any local options. Picking a colocation provider is always a tough process; this just adds to that challenge. However, if you let QuoteColo help, you’ll be surprised how easy it can be to make the right choice the first time and begin benefiting immediately. Some of the benefits we provide are:

Expert Consultation—our company has been working in this industry for 15 years. This experience is at your disposal, meaning, amongst other things, that we can help you figure out what your business really needs so you don’t end up paying for anything it doesn’t.

Detailed Recommendations—we don’t choose the provider for you, of course. Instead, we’ll give you a custom list of recommendations, each of which will include numerous details—such as price quotes— to make your choice easier.

100% Free—we won’t charge you a thing for any of this. So there’s no risk to letting QuoteColo help.

A few of the Warren colocation providers QuoteColo can vouch for are:

  • 24660 Lahser Road, Southfield 48034
  • 4815 Delemere Ave., Royal Oak 48073
  • 165 Kirts Blvd., #400, Troy 48084

Warren is home to more than 1340,000 people. Founded back in 1830, the city was originally called Beebe’s Corners and served as a carriage stop between Utica and Detroit. Eventually, a mill, distillery, trading post and tavern were added to the humble settlement. In 1837, the city finally had a township built around it for support. It officially became Warren in 1838, a name meant to honor Rev. Abel Warren, a cleric who served during the War of 1812. Over the years, Warren’s population grew steadily, hitting about 42,000 during World War II. However, thanks to the Baby Boom, it would reach 90,000 by 1960. Later, those fleeing Detroit would bolster Warren’s numbers further.

The largest employer in Warren remains General Motors, as it has been for decades. Chrysler also contributes to the employment numbers, up there with TACOM and the two local hospitals. Art Van, a furniture retail chain, also has a sizeable number of employees there. All of these companies boost demand for Warren colocation services.

If you would like to join these and other companies that take advantage of colocation services in Warren, call QuoteColo today at 888-400-3762. You can also submit a Quick Form if it’s easier.