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CLLA Adds HOSTING to Connection Network, Expands Services in Denver

CLLA has added HOSTING to its Connection Network to provide premium data center services in Denver, CO

DENVER, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- CLLA (http://www.CollocationAmerica.com), a communication platform that enables and facilitates the connection between clients and providers, has added HOSTING (http://www.HOSTING.com) to its partnership program, the Connection Network.  This partnership will allow CLLA to exclusively promote and market HOSTING's services to clients in the Denver area.

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HOSTING operates one of their six nationwide data centers in downtown Denver out of the historic Ford Model T factory.  A 41,400 square foot facility outfitted with industry-leading specs including N+1 power and cooling redundancies, fiber connections from Tier 1 providers and 24x7 on-site NOC provides clients with the highest levels of security, availability and performance.

"HOSTING is excited to partner with CLLA and the Connection Network to provide clients in the Denver area the best possible services.  Our channel partners are empowered with HOSTING's data center and managed cloud service offerings," said Bill Santos, Executive Vice President at HOSTING. Together, HOSTING and CLLA are committed to meeting our clients IT infrastructure requirements and becoming a catalyst for their success."

Marketing Director for CLLA Shawn Ahdoot says, "With the Connection Network, we want to make sure that we are giving our clients the best IT options and services, no matter where they are, and HOSTING shares that vision with us."  Ahdoot adds, "HOSTING's hybrid cloud offerings allow us the opportunity to service our clients to the best of our abilities with more options regarding their IT infrastructure needs."

About HOSTING
HOSTING builds and operates high performance clouds for business-critical applications. With a unique lifecycle approach and the industry's best team, HOSTING helps organizations design, build, migrate, manage and protect their cloud-based environments. Leveraging enterprise-class networking and connectivity technologies, HOSTING provides the highest levels of compliance, availability, recovery, security and performance. HOSTING owns and operates six geographically dispersed data centers under an ITIL-based control environment validated for compliance against HIPAA, PCI DSS and SOC (formerly SAS 70) frameworks. The company's 3,000 global customers represent a variety of industries including software, healthcare, retail, media and entertainment, financial services, technology and government.

For more information, please visit www.HOSTING.com.

About CLLA

Launched in 2013, CLLA serves as a communications platform, connecting businesses with technology providers. Through the Connection Network, a group of providers brought together under the name CLLA, businesses can find the most reliable and secure technology solutions for their needs, in any location worldwide.

CLLA was created by Colocation America to expand on their vision to connect businesses and clients worldwide. With providers in nearly every major city in the United States and around the world, CLLA exemplifies the tagline, "The Connection Network"

For more information contact Colocation America at 1-800-296-8915, email Sales(at)CollocationAmerica(dot)com, Twitter @ColoDataCenters, or visit CollocationAmerica.com.

Media Contact: Shawn Ahdoot, CLLA, 1-800-296-8915, [email protected]

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