From Silicon Valley to Hybrid Cloud and Beyond, Evocative Leads Data Center Clients into the Future

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From Silicon Valley to Hybrid Cloud and Beyond, Evocative Leads Data Center Clients into the Future

Evocative Then: A Reputation for Data Center Excellence

Evocative has been a pioneer in the Northern California data center market for almost 20 years and has a long-established reputation for excellence in colocation and managed hosting services that meet the unique needs of each individual client. Over the years, our San Jose data center (SV7) has become a fixture in the heart of Silicon Valley, the West Coast’s epicenter of innovation, due to the value that we provide and the ability for clients to utilize our services on their terms.

We are proud to have become an enduring member of the IT community and a trusted technology partner to enterprises, small and mid-size businesses and startups from Silicon Valley to the San Francisco Bay Area.

Evocative Now: Hybrid Cloud and More

Today’s Evocative is in a unique position to deliver solutions that are rarely available from other data center providers. Although we are proud of the 100% uptime that we have consistently maintained for more than 10 years, not all clients require that level of availability for their specific applications. That’s why our data centers are designed with hybrid IT solutions in mind.

Whether or not your business is located in a center for innovation like Silicon Valley, we believe that companies will achieve greater success and be able to scale more quickly when they have access to a data center which has earmarked space specifically for research and testing. A purpose-built lab environment with cost effective energy dense power systems, cooling, and cross connect solutions enables companies of all sizes to maximize their research and testing capabilities. That’s why every Evocative data center provides research and testing facilities alongside fully compliant, mission-critical data management and availability, as well as cold storage to securely store and retrieve data when necessary.

This ability to utilize the services you need today but quickly and easily transition to other services as your needs change, enables you to grow at the speed of business.

Evocative Leading the Future: Data Center Growth from Silicon Valley to the East Coast.

Companies of all sizes are looking for data center providers who can keep up with the speed of business, providing the flexibility and scalability that they need to grow.

Although Evocative began its business in Northern California, we know that companies across the U.S. are looking for a trusted data center provider who can deliver public, private and hybrid cloud services, interconnection solutions, and hyperscale cloud computing capabilities.

While we built our outstanding reputation with our Silicon Valley-based San Jose data center SV7 and our San Francisco Bay Area Emeryville data center EM1, we continue to build on that legacy with the addition of Evocative data centers in Los Angeles (LA1 and LA2), Phoenix, Arizona (PHX1), Plano, Texas (DA1) and Reston, Virginia (DC1). The evolution of new network services, the seamless integration of our data centers through the use of dark fiber and the interconnection between public and private clouds, is leading Evocative and our clients into the future.

Although some giant data center facilities dot the IT landscape, they provide one size fits all solutions. They do not deliver the local service and support that Evocative customers across the U.S. require or the forward-looking focus we place on future customer needs. This attention to what’s next in data center management, hybrid cloud solutions, interconnection and hyperscale capabilities, combined with the long-lasting relationships we build with our clients ensures that they will be able to stay out ahead of the technology evolution and maintain their competitive edge for many years to come.

By |2018-05-07T20:09:36+00:00May 7th, 2018|Categories: data center, hybrid cloud, Silicon Valley|0 Comments

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