Data Center Map

Data Center Research is a service that was created out of our sister site, Data Center Map.
Data Center Map was the first of its kind, and is today the industry leading index of colocation data centers, cloud servers, IP carriers and other data center related services.

The site has a constantly growing database, covering more than 2,500 providers from almost 90 different countries around the world. This includes about 3,000 colocation data centers and wholesale data centers, around 200 IaaS cloud server providers, roughly 1,000 carrier networks and 150+ internet exchanges. This makes Data Center Map the most comprehensive data resource available in the data center industry, which combined with Data Center Research gives us the ability to serve most research needs.

The Data Center Map platform enables buyers of data center services to search for data center services, via an interactive map, an intuitive index og advanced search functions. Furthermore Data Center Map also features a quote service, which connects buyers with potential providers, by sending out their needs to providers that live up to their requirements.

Likewise the Data Center Map platform is a great marketing tool for providers of data center services, who are looking to expand their market and promote their services. Whether trying to reach more local customers, or appeal to a wider international audience, Data Center Map has a very well-defined audience of in-market buyers who are looking for potential service providers to cover their needs.

The site is completely free to use for both buyers and providers. However, additional commercial services are also available for the providers, such as advertising, lead generation etc.
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