If ‘technology hub’ isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Omaha, Nebraska you haven’t been paying attention. The region has quickly sprouted up as a hotbed of innovation and big-name cloud providers, many of which are leveraging the vast cloud and edge capable ecosystem hosted at 1623 Farnam. 1623 Farnam has managed to successfully position itself as an industry leader when it comes to the hybrid multicloud, putting the company at the head of the pack for digital transformation.
Customers looking to combine public and private cloud environments to benefit from lower costs, enhanced scalablity and reliability can do so easily at the Omaha-based edge interconnection facility. Its partnerships with major cloud providers like Megaport, Google Cloud, Telia Carrier and more grant their customers access to some of the best cloud services the market can offer. And their central location at the nexus of the nation’s north/south and east/west fiber routes offers incredibly low-latency connections to other major cities across the country, making it an extremely attractive facility for business ranging from enterprise IT, wholesale carriers, international and regional telecommunications carriers and beyond.
“Omaha makes for a highly advantageous IT foundation in a world of evolving data needs, and organizations looking to bolster their connectivity, cloud capabilities and interconnection find an ideal home here. Still, it’s the partnerships that data centers build that make the true competitive difference — including close, supportive partnerships with customers themselves,” comments Todd Cushing, President of 1623 Farnam. “Thanks to our work with popular cloud enablers, we can quickly and privately connect customers to the providers they need. Furthermore, these solutions are backed by a dedication to customer support and an array of resources that can help guide our customers through their cloud decision-making processes.”
“There’s no question that the cloud is one of the most important considerations for enterprises today. With our point of presence at 1623 Farnam’s data center in Omaha, we can offer our clients the ability to easily connect to the cloud, and 1623 was a key part of our Cloud Connect solution,” states Tony Thakur, CTO for Great Plains Communications, a member of the 1623 Farnam ecosystem. “Our customers in the Omaha area have primary connectivity to the cloud at 1632 Farnam’s data center with backup enabled through Chicago.”
To learn more about the cloud and 1623 Farnam, take advantage of these resources:
- Multicloud eBook: Learn how to find the perfect cloud home for your applications.
- Mutlicloud Over Coffee Webinar: 1623 Farnam’s informative webinar created in partnership with multicloud leaders Google Cloud, Megaport and Qwinix.
- Mastering the Art of Agility Infographic.
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