Toronto Colocation Provider 7L Networks Expands Hosting Services
7L Networks, a leading colocation provider in Toronto, annouced this past Friday that an increase in server colocation demand will be met by the addition of two new services to the data center's lineup.
Toronto has seen recent growth in services through colocation providers such as Peer1, Data Centers Canada's addition to their Toronto North facility, the proposed expansion to the 151 Front Street West data carrier hotel, and Q9 working with the NYSE at one of their Toronto colocation hosting facilities.
7L's Toronto colocation hosting has been expanded to meet future demand. "We expect the [server colocation] growth trend to continue through at least the next 5 years", says Cassius Adams, co-founder of 7L. "To meet increasing demand, 7L has opened up some of the 90,000 square foot building to deliver colocation cages and private colocation suites to meet customer needs" - adding new service options to their colocation hosting offerings.
The Toronto data center market represents just under 50% of Canada's national data center market, and also leads the country in terms of number of Internet companies and I.T. jobs.
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7L Networks equips business owners with tailored IT hosting solutions that drive success and secure peace of mind. Their product lineup includes Server Colocation Hosting services, Managed Dedicated Hosting and Dedicated Servers, VPS, Cloud Hosting (including IaaS and PaaS), and other Toronto data center services. The company operates out of its privately-owned data center in Toronto, Canada.