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[December 07, 2012]

CoreXchange Announces Colocation Solutions with Zero Set Up Fee and Free Rack and Stack

DALLAS --(Business Wire)--

CoreXchange, a Dallas colocation provider, recently announced they are offering enterprise colocation solutions with zero set up fee and free rack and stack on all online orders from now until the end of 2012. Customers can purchase colocation now and install servers through January 2013.

All CoreXchange colocation solutions feature:

Fee colocation Rack and Stack services include:

  • Physical racking of server
  • Labeling of server
  • Cabling of servers
  • Configuring of IPMI

"Customers order online, pay no set up fee, ship their equipment to our data center, and our provisioning engineers install professionally and quickly," said Trey Berndt, Vice President of Sales for CoreXchange. "We've made it cost effective, quick and easy for companies new to colocation or looking to migrate to a new data center location to move to CoreXchange."

Click here for more details or to order colocation solutions online now! Or Contact CoreXchange sales at sales@CoreXchange.com or 214-442-1111 ext. 2 for more information.

About CoreXchange:

Headquartered in the globally recognized Dallas Infomart and led by a highly experienced team of networking technologists and executives, CoreXchange is an integrated provider of enterprise-class colocation and advanced networking solutions. Comprehensive offerings include colocation within CoreXchange's SSAE 16 audited data centers, high performance network connectivity (via direct carrier-neutral access or via a fully managed BGP mesh of Tier-1 carriers), disaster recovery solutions and business continuity offices for personnel. For instant pricing and online ordering, visit http://www.corexchange.com.


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