SNS Littleton, NH
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SNS Littleton, NH is located in the area Littleton, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 23-04-2012.
Secured Network Services, Inc.
775 Industrial Park Rd.
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Hosting of individual servers
Secured Network Services is a registered Internet Service Provider with the American Registry of Internet Numbers (ARIN). Our Data Center is connected to multiple carrier backbones via a traditional SONET ring and a private Ethernet based Fiber loop that provides world class redundancy for any connectivity needs.
Our ARIN AS Internet number is currently advertised across 6 major carriers, with more planned. We have two disparate power connections, a 60kva Diesel generator, redundant HVAC systems, and continue to invest in our infrastructure.
SNS Offers a variety of solutions to make your Servers, Networks, Phone calls redundant and highly available. These services include:
* Managed, Un-managed, or Co-location suites
* Backup Tape Pickup services
* Offsite Data backup solutions
* DR Server snapshots and storage
* Virtual Server Hosting
* Telephony & Fax Equipment hosting
* Virtual server hosting
* Cloud computing services
* MPLS connections to SNS Littleton or Norwood Data Center
* Voice Hosting
* Phone failover or trunk overflow hosting
Your business depends on technology. You need assurance that your data and systems are safe, secure and available. SNS tailors data center solutions to fit the needs of your organization - large, mid-sized or small.
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