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Chicago Colocation & Data Center Provider Continuum Announces Expansion

August 5, 2010 by  

Web Host ServicesLombard, IL – Chicago area data center provider, Continuum Data Centers LLC, announced today completion of the second phase of their Lombard facility. This planned expansion, which was both physical and infrastructure in nature, came online just as Continuum had reached capacity in their initial stage, less than a year after opening in August 2009. The additional data center space was designed to meet strong client demand in the Chicago colocation suburban market for enterprise level services at affordable rates.

This recent expansion adds 14,000 sq. ft. of usable data center colocation space and, as always, 24×7 on-site NOC staff providing enterprise level remote hands services.


Continuum Data Centers continues to see tremendous growth and strong demand in the Chicago suburb colocation market. Continuum’s clients range from small to medium sized organizations requiring low, medium and high density colocation at affordable price points.

“We continue to see small and medium sized organizations struggling with downsized IT budgets, yet a growing demand for outsourcing and expanding their data center needs.” said Tom Chaffin, Managing Partner, Continuum Data Centers. “It’s our philosophy to provide these organizations an enterprise level data center environment within their smaller colocation budgeting requirements.”

About Continuum
The management team at Continuum Data Centers’ is a group of skilled industry professionals whose experience comes from designing and providing upper tier colocation services to global enterprises, content companies and Fortune 1000 companies. Now, at Continuum, this group’s focus is to provide the right fit to small and mid-size companies who are looking for data center services that provides high availability, low latency and of course, affordability.

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