Reaching the Clouds from the Mile-High City

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Direct hyperscale cloud connectivity is enabled in Denver, Colorado.

Denver, the Mile-High City, has fast become one of the most prolific tech hubs in North America. With a growing number of local companies maturing from startups, and high-level investments injecting funds into the region, Denver’s once fledgling tech community has transformed into a thriving ecosystem1. Rumours suggest that Amazon is considering the city to house the company’s second headquarters–HQ2–to support rapid growth2. If chosen, Denver’s stable business climate and innovative direction could score the region a $5 billion investment and 50,000 jobs over the next two decades.

Enterprises across the board are on the rise, in terms of growth and prosperity, in Denver. It’s no wonder that businesses in the region are shifting to contemporary IT strategies and contributing to North America’s booming cloud market. Scalable cloud solutions are taking off across the US, with direct connectivity the driving force behind multicloud and hybrid cloud strategies. In fact, 75% of US businesses are using public cloud services and 80% of companies using cloud now access two or more major CSPs3.

Next-generation enterprises require next-generation cloud connectivity, especially in areas at the heart of the tech industry. Our powerful Software Defined Network (SDN) is now available from Fortrust Data Centers’ Denver site which enables rapid, reliable, and secure cloud connectivity for customers. This means enterprises can now launch multicloud environments with hyperscale CSPs, including the world’s top five, all while maintaining seamless connections. They also have dedicated access to our vast Ecosystem of service providers and can tap into markets beyond the region–and beyond the US. We’re enabling North America’s newest tech epicentre and making connectivity easy so cloud growth continues to soar.

For more information on our Fortrust enablement in Denver, please fill out the form below.

1http://www.denverpost.com/2017/04/23/denver-maturing-tech-scene/
2https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/09/09/upshot/where-should-amazon-new-headquarters-be.html
3https://www.business.att.com/content/whitepaper/att-cloud-trends-data-migration-white-paper.pdf


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