Texas Data Center Solution
Since 2002, Clearview has delivered Texas-based enterprises colocation (colo) space along with our focused IT advisory services. Today, we have emerged as a high-scale provider of colocation facilities in Texas supporting Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio. Compliance is our first and strongest suit because of our history of partnering with enterprise firms.
Enterprise Class Facilities
Clearview’s colocation facilities feature an efficient design, access to redundant power feeds, strong processes, and a high-value-to-expense ratio. We sell cabinet, cage, and dedicated suite colo solutions and benefit from a long history of serving large enterprises. Our clients value our customized services, our audit performance, the ability to procure third party network facilities, and our crisp integration of new services. If you want experienced IT professionals watching your colocation infrastructure, Clearview is your best choice in Dallas, Houston, Austin, and the whole of Texas.
Enterprise Ready Compliance
Clearview has a long history of maintaining SAS70 Type II audit compliance. We are one of the first colocation facilities in Texas to successfully complete the new auditing standard for data center and managed services providers, SSAE16 Type II. We maintain operational discipline to ensure that our controls are executed properly, and we partner with clients to support their internal, external, and client audit requirements.
Clearview serves the US colo market from multiple facilities based in Texas. Our strategic locations enable enterprise application proximity, hot-hot deployments, and disaster recovery and avoidance. Our colocation solutions are cost optimized for power rates, network access, travel expense, and support costs. Also, with a handful of regional colo providers in the US, clients can leverage our multiple colocation facilities for split deployment between North and Central Texas. Specifically, the 95 mile/2 millisecond separation of our facilities allows for synchronous replication of SANs, VMotion Metro live migration of virtual servers, single node VMware stretching, VMware services, and resilient Active/Active data center implementations.