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Companies in need of Chesapeake colocation services may be at a loss when they first search for options. The city lacks any local options, meaning many companies may give up early on. Fortunately, you can still get colocation. You just need to know where to look. This is where QuoteColo can help. With over 15 years in the industry, no one knows where to look better than us. Let QuoteColo help and get the following advantages:

Expert Advice—you may not know exactly what you need when it comes to colocation. You might not even know this is something you need to consider. But with our experience in the field, we can make sure you’re aware of what kind of colocation services would be best for your company so you don’t end up overpaying.

Lighting Fast Turnaround—if you thought QuoteColo would need weeks to help, you’re not alone. Compiling a custom list of nearby colocation providers could take months. But thanks to our experience and network, we’ll provide you with all the information you need in less than two days.

Free Service—plus, you won’t owe us a thing. There’s no price tag or obligation.

When it comes to Chesapeake colocation services, you have a number of options to choose from. A few QuoteColo can recommend are:

  • 7517 Whitepine Rd, Richmond, VA 23237
  • 6000 Technology Blvd, Richmond, VA  23150
  • 7474 Lee Davis Road, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

Chesapeake wasn’t officially a city until 1936, when South Norfolk became part of Norfolk County. Nonetheless, the city’s history goes all the way back to colonial times. The area was also the site of the Battle of Great Bridge on December 9th, 1775. Until about 15 years ago, Chesapeake was predominantly rural and suburban. It was mostly used as a bedroom community for those who worked in Virginia Beach and Norfolk. However, as those cities filled up, businesses found opportunities in Chesapeake and the city’s population was pushed to its limit.

Despite large employers like HSBC Finance, QVC, Cox Communications and Hewlett-Packard, the city’s biggest businesses, in terms of employees, are all with the government. These include Chesapeake City Public Schools, City of Chesapeake and Chesapeake Regional Medical Center. However, there are still a large number of private employers. Either way, both industries rely heavily on Chesapeake colocation providers.

If your company could also use Chesapeake colocation services, call QuoteColo today at 888-400-5732 or complete one of our Quick Forms. Within 48 hours, we’ll get back to you with results.