REDUNDANT, RELIABLE, SECURE COLOCATION FOR 100% UPTIME
OnRamp features the highest levels of security, reliability, redundancy, technical expertise and monitoring 24/7/365 for Colocation. OnRamp is capable of supporting very high levels of power density with the capability of operating at upwards of 30kW per rack, contiguously. OnRamp’s Redundant Isolated Path Power delivers true 2N power all the way from the power company to the rack. OnRamp’s networks are built upon multiple connections to Tier-1 Internet backbones delivered on independent fiber entrance facilities through redundant, fully meshed architecture to ensure 100% uptime. And, we offer our customers the flexibility to start small, with room to scale as they grow. The design of our cooling, power and cabinet infrastructure enables OnRamp to easily accommodate the installation of additional equipment, network and power capacity on-demand.
CUSTOM COLOCATION SOLUTIONS BACKED BY EXPERT SUPPORT
But more than just a state-of-the-art Data Center company, OnRamp also specializes in providing value-added, Managed Hosting and Managed Services. Companies that work with OnRamp for Colocation benefit from the breadth of what OnRamp is good at doing. OnRamp’s complete “stack” of services eliminates the seams that exist between companies that only provide parts of the solution. Such additional services include: Managed Servers, Managed Firewalls, Managed Storage, Managed Backups, ReadyServers and, most importantly, Full7Layer Support. Our engineers are available 24/7/265 to provide support where you will most likely need it most: inside your rack. Far beyond simple tape swaps or server reboots, our team is deeply experienced in networking, hardware, operating systems, virtualization software and many complex applications. Customers view OnRamp as an extension of their IT Department and choose to enhance their service(s) with our advanced Data Center solutions. Even customers who want simple Colocation are able to rely on OnRamp having the correct tools and equipment that only an application level service provider would have available.