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UnitedLayer, LLC Named No. 25 on San Francisco Business Times’ 100 Fastest Growing Private Company List

October 27, 2009 by · Comments Off on UnitedLayer, LLC Named No. 25 on San Francisco Business Times’ 100 Fastest Growing Private Company List 

Hosting Tools SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Business Times announces UnitedLayer, LLC, a privately held company Managed Colocation Services firm, as one of the top 25 fastest growing private companies in 2009.

The San Francisco based company offers managed data center solutions that allow customers to locate their IT equipment in one place where they can connect to numerous telecommunications providers and it offers dedicated and managed servers and very high speed Internet Connectivity. Today, UnitedLayer has 30 employees and 175 customers. The company is headquartered at 200 Paul Ave. in San Francisco, where it has over 32,000 square feet of Class A conditioned data center space and it runs a second 5,000-square-foot data center in Los Angeles, as well as Internet exchanges in Palo Alto, San Jose, Los Angeles and Ashburn in Virginia. Read more

Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) selects UnitedLayer as a Colocation Partner

October 15, 2009 by · Comments Off on Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) selects UnitedLayer as a Colocation Partner 

Hosting Blog SAN FRANCISCO – UnitedLayer, LLC, a privately held company Managed Colocation Services firm, announced today that ISC has selected UnitedLayer as its colocation partner by signing a multi-year contract.

UnitedLayer will provide colocation, cross connect and IP services for ISC at its flagship data center facility in San Francisco. Colocation services include physical data center floor space for cabinets, power and cooling. UnitedLayer’s San Francisco data centers boast fully-redundant N+1 environmental control and 2N power systems. Read more

UnitedLayer Announces IPv4/IPv6 Dual Backbone & 575+ Peering Sessions

October 13, 2009 by · Comments Off on UnitedLayer Announces IPv4/IPv6 Dual Backbone & 575+ Peering Sessions 

Hosting Blog SAN FRANCISCO – UnitedLayer, LLC, a privately held company and Managed Colocation Services firm, reported over 575+ peering sessions and full IPv6 including a full Multicast enabled IP Backbone.

UnitedLayer, which maintains over 35,000 square feet of Turn-Key Datacenter ™ space in San Francisco, San Jose, Palo Alto, Los Angeles and Ashburn, VA, operates a carrier grade North American MPLS/IP/Multicast IP Backbone. Read more

UnitedLayer, Inc. Reports Robust Earnings in Q2 2009, Will Continue to Hire

July 16, 2009 by · Comments Off on UnitedLayer, Inc. Reports Robust Earnings in Q2 2009, Will Continue to Hire 

Webmaster ToolsSAN FRANCISCO – UnitedLayer, Inc. a privately held Colocation and Managed Infrastructure Services firm today reported a profitable Q2/2009, despite the broader negative economic climate. Today’s disclosure is voluntary.

UnitedLayer, which maintains over 35,000 square feet of Turn-Key Datacenter ™ space in San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles and Ashburn, Va., reported a sales increase of 15% over its last quarter, while EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) increased by 55% over last quarter – a result of increased sales and previous cost reductions.

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Reliable Hosting selects UnitedLayer as its Primary Colocation Partner

June 18, 2009 by · Comments Off on Reliable Hosting selects UnitedLayer as its Primary Colocation Partner 

Website ToolsSAN FRANCISCO – UnitedLayer, LLC., a privately held Colocation and Managed Infrastructure Services firm, announced today that Black Oak Computers, Inc. (DBA ReliableHosting.com) has selected UnitedLayer as its primary colocation partner by signing a $1.25 million dollar three-year contract.

With today’s agreement, UnitedLayer will provide a depth of colocation services for Black Oak Computers at its flagship 200 Paul data center facility in San Francisco. Colocation services include physical data center floor space for cabinets, power and cooling. UnitedLayer’s 200 Paul data centers boast fully-redundant N+1 environmental control and power generation systems.

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