For businesses looking for a good Lincoln colocation facility, it can be a difficult task. QuoteColo works with hundreds of data centers located all across the nation and, as part of the service; they match data centers with the companies that are most likely to benefit from their specific services.
No Cost to Your Company – QuoteColo doesn’t charge businesses to find bids for colocation services. This allows businesses that need Lincoln colocation facilities to see what’s out there, how much they charge and to do so without any risk to themselves.
No Obligation to Take a Bid – QuoteColo doesn’t put companies under any obligation to take a bid from any of the vendors that they look into. If you find Lincoln colocation facilities that suit your needs, you can accept their bid and start working with them. If nothing suits you, you aren’t under any obligation to take a product that doesn’t do your business the best possible service in terms of expanding your IT infrastructure and capabilities.
Lincoln is most well known as being the capital of Nebraska. Omaha is the largest city, but Lincoln comes in a close second. The population of Lincoln is just under 260,000 people, as of 2010. The city was originally known by the name Lancaster and was incorporated in 1846. Lincoln is particularly well known for having a vast array of different neighborhoods within the city, each of which offer their own flavor and have distinctive histories.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the state government are both major economic forces in the Lincoln economy. Bryan Health is another major employer, as is the Lincoln Public School District.
Lincoln Nebraska Colocation Providers
Lincoln colocation options include:
- Lincoln Colocation134 S. 13th St, Ste. 301Lincoln, NE 68508USA