Michigan Colocation Locations
- Ann Arbor Michigan Data Center
With close proximity to major highways and the University of Michigan, and geographically separate from our other data center, this managed data center offers an ideal location for high availability production and disaster recovery.
- Ann Arbor 2 Michigan Data Center
With close proximity to major highways and the University of Michigan, this facility offers an ideal location for high availability production and disaster recovery.
- Mid-Michigan Data Center
Our data center in Genesee County is ideally located in Southeast Michigan on a different power grid than Detroit and surrounding suburbs. This data center offers premier hosting facilities for mid-sized firms.
- Metro Detroit 1 Data Center
Our Metro Detroit Data Center is strategically located to support Metro Detroit and the greater Midwest by continuing to deliver secure, compliant enterprise class hosting, colocation and disaster recovery services to our customers.
Michigan Colocation Features
High Availability Network Infrastructure
Our Gigabit-connected, high availability network infrastructure with multiple levels of redundancy offers greater resiliency, security, and scalability.
Physical and Network Security
Our comprehensive security framework ensures our data centers operate with the highest standards of network, data and physical security.
Disaster Recovery Data Centers
With managed data centers located 53 miles apart on separate utility power grids that are connected with Gigabit fiber, Online Tech offers the ideal solution for both production and disaster recovery data center applications. Find out more about IT disaster recovery and offsite backup.
Michigan Colocation Infrastructure
- With over 60,000 square feet of data center space, our Michigan data centers are located 53 miles apart on separate power grids with different utility providers and interconnected through Gigabit fiber.
- All critical equipment is N+1, or fully redundant.
- Using multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs), connectivity takes fully redundant paths with automatic failover between providers and circuits should anomalies occur with any Internet connection, ensuring your data and applications are always available.
- Each data center boasts 100 percent fully redundant Cisco networks with automatic failover.
Michigan Colocation Benefits
Low Risk of Earthquakes
The U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) National Seismic Hazard Mapping project in 2008 shows that Michigan has an extremely low peak ground acceleration (PGA). This means that your servers are safe from earthquakes when colocated in Michigan, and high unlikely to experience downtime from any seismic activity.
Low Risk of Tornadoes and Hurricanes
Servers colocated in Michigan face significantly lower risks of tornados and hurricanes compared to the rest of the U.S. According to the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA), Michigan is among the states with the lowest tornado risk and has never experienced a hurricane.
Natural Cool Climate
Our Michigan data centers run more cost effectively in the state's cool, mild climate. The average outdoor temperature a Michigan data center faces across the year ranges from 25 degrees Fahrenheit to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. This provides free cooling for most of the year. Only four months have temperatures that average over 60 degrees Fahrenheit.