Chicago is quickly becoming a world-class technology hub and the area’s INAP colocation data centers are well equipped to support it. We offer high-performing connectivity, locally and worldwide, and an expansive product portfolio to support any business’s needs—from Private Cloud to Bare Metal and Managed Services.
Our Chicago data centers connect to Boston, New York, Dallas and Seattle via our reliable, high-performance backbone.
All data centers are designed for concurrent maintainability. This means a single critical component failure—electrical, cooling, power, etc.— will not disrupt service because of the redundant systems in place.Learn More
Powered by our reliable network backbone, connect quickly and seamlessly with Performance IP and Connectivity Solutions.Learn More
Via high power density, our data centers let you fit more gear into a smaller space and reduce your overall footprint.Learn More
Utilization of air containment and LED lighting, among other technologies, make our data centers as environmentally friendly as possible.Learn More
We spare no effort to meet (and exceed) industry standards for security, compliance and redundancy because we know you can’t put a price on peace of mind.
Our data centers employ redundant and dual-powered servers, storage, network links and other IT components.
Maintenance on power and cooling systems can take place without disrupting operations.
Our centers are not tied to any one service provider (telecommunications or IS), allowing interconnection between many colocation and interconnection providers.
Bare Metal Cloud offers seamless on-demand capacity expansion with the performance and security of colocation.
Our data centers are designed with multiple equal power and cooling systems and no single point of failure.
Our robust systems ensure the security, availability, confidentiality and privacy of our data centers meet the highest standards.
We design our data centers with raised flooring, running cooling underneath to achieve efficient and reliable temperature maintenance.
Sub-floor detection, remote monitoring and smoke/heat detection are just some of the ways we provide fire protection.
From our large cooling capacity to humidity control, our data centers are designed with environment control strategies in mind.
To achieve Tier 3-design and concurrent maintainability in our Atlanta data centers, we build out full cooling redundancy.
State-of-the-art security technology, including video monitoring and recording, is active at all INAP data centers.
In addition to security technology, our data centers have human security monitoring the premises.
Card access, keypads and PIN systems, in addition to human personnel, secure access at our data centers.
To meet compliance standards, including Tier 3-design data center specifications, redundant power sources are incorporated into our facility design.
Every INAP data center has a backup generator strategy and redundant power source.