MSP Today Expert Feature
May 08, 2013

Colocation America Named Telx's New Partner of the Year for 2012

Colocation America (News - Alert) was recently recognized as the Telx New Partner of the Year. This means that out of all of the new partners to contract and collocate with Telx last year, Colocation America has the highest monthly recurring revenue (MRR).

The two companies first started working together back in October 2011 when they entered into a master agent agreement. This agreement allows Telx to leverage Colocation America as a master agent.

“This award as the New Telx Partner of the Year is independent recognition of our business growth and sustained success,” said Albert Ahdoot, director of Business Development for Colocation America. “Telx also complements the needs of our clients by offering global reach through carrier neutral facilities. Their support for Colocation America is a testament to the value and technical expertise we offer clients nationwide. It is an honor to accept this award, and we welcome the opportunity to collaborate further with Telx.”

Colocation America aims to provide prospective clients with the IT infrastructure they need at an affordable price. Since Telx boasts 11 data centers strategically located in several Tier 1 markets throughout the United States — including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York, to name a few — the needs of the client are often best met by Telx.

Colocation America does its best to become the support on which customers can build a positive relationship by providing them with the highest level of standards in today's market. Meanwhile, Telx provides Colocation America clients with exceptional security and support.

“We want to thank Telx for this honor which further shows our dedication to ensuring our clients continuous success. We look forward to continuing our work alongside Telx to offer our clients an array of efficient and reliable options when they outsource their in-house data center,” commented Samantha Walters, vice president of Online Strategies for Colocation America.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey