If your company is in need of Huntington Virginia colocation services, then you already know they’re not easy to find. In fact, there are none in the city or its surrounding area. Fortunately, Huntington colocation services can be found if you know where to look and QuoteColo does. Some of the benefits of working with QuoteColo are:
Custom List—we don’t just throw every possibility for Huntington Virginia colocation hosting services at you. The process begins with us hearing about your company and what it needs. Then we put our experience and network to use finding the providers that can best meet them.
Consultations—if you’re new to colocation, it can definitely be an intimidating field at first. But it doesn’t have to be when you have a company like ours to help walk you through the entire process so you end up with the right provider.
No Cost or Obligation—no matter which of the above services you’re talking about, QuoteColo provides them free of cost and obligation.
Some of the Huntington colocation providers we can recommend are:
- 235 A Tom T. Hall Blvd, Olive Hill, KY 41164
- Chappaqua Crossing 480 N. Bedford Road, Chappaqua, NY, 10514
- 158 Advanced Technology Drive, Duffield, VA, 24244
Huntington’s story begins back in 1775, when it was originally Holderby’s Landing. Eventually, it was reinvented as a hub for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. When the railroad was completed in 1873, Huntington’s population and economy benefited greatly. The city would not be done with notable transportation achievements though. It was also the second city in the country to feature steel cars that ran through the streets on electricity, like the trolleys in San Francisco. Until the Great Flood of 1937, Huntington was booming. It would receive some more relief during World War and then take a dip until relatively recently.
Though there are still some traces of it, Huntington’s economy is no longer fueled by transportation, manufacturing, and shipping. Nowadays, it has far more to do with retail, finance and education. Marshall University, Amazon, DIRECTV and two hospitals are not only the top employers, but companies that need Huntington colocation services as well.