Kenosha Colocation Data Centers
The seat of KenoshaCounty in southeastern Wisconsin, Kenosha boasts a population of just over 100,000 people, and is nestled almost exactly halfway between Milwaukee and Chicago, on the western shore of Lake Michigan. Being so well placed makes Kenosha a wonderful option for your company’s data colocation needs. From web hosting and dedicated servers, to a full time IT staff and state-of-the-art environmental controls, today’s Kenosha data colocation providers have what you are looking for, to leverage your IT options. Your critical IT issues can be outsourced to one of many sites, and QuoteColo can help you find the right provider for your IT outsourcing requirements, and they’ll do it at the perfect price.
The Top Services at the Right Price – QuoteColo is proud to serve you, by gathering information from Kenosha area colocation data centers, and using it to help you find the provider to best suit the needs of your company. And QuoteColo doesn’t charge you a penny for this service.
Quality Colocation Services for Your Company – When you call QuoteColo, you are under no obligation whatsoever. Our service exists purely to match businesses like yours with the Kenosha colocation data center that will be most effective in catering to your company’s IT outsourcing issues. We never charge you for our services.
In Kenosha, the following colocation data centers are located.
- 3618 8th Avenue.
Many other colocation providers are available in the Greater Milwaukee and Metropolitan Chicago areas. To learn more about Chicago colocation options, check out our Chicago page.
Kenosha derives its name from the Pottawatomi Indian name for the area, “gnozhe,” which means ‘place of the pike.’ Archeological findings in this area during the end of the 20th century have established this as a pre-clovis cultural area, dating settlements back over 13,000 years. The area was first peopled by white settlers in the early 1830’s.
Geographically, this region of the United States is ranked as one of the most stable, with the least likelihood of natural disasters. Kenosha is also known for contributions to the American automotive industry, as home to Charles W. Nash’s motor company, which eventually became American Motors Corporation in 1954. AMC won “Motor Trend” magazine’s Car of the Year in 1983, with the Alliance, exactly twenty years after receiving the same award for their Rambler Classic.
Kenosha is strategically located between two of the Midwest’s most prominent metropolitan areas, Chicago and Milwaukee, which gives it many advantages to be considered by businesses seeking outsourced IT solutions. QuoteColo can help you find the right colocation data center to help your company realize these advantages. For whatever colocation need your company has, call QuoteColo today, at 888-500-4732 or complete the form to request more information.