Cohere Communications - Westchester
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Cohere Communications - Westchester is located in the area Westchester County, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 05-01-2017.
777 Old Saw Mill River Rd
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Established in 2004, Cohere Communications was founded on the belief that managed services and information technology solutions could be delivered to a higher standard of integrity. Over the years we have been honored to serve some of the largest and most recognized companies in the world across financial services, advertising, media & communications, health care and the industrial sector. These businesses, when combined, comprise a managed asset value of over $30 billion.
Cohere satisfies complex technology requirements from the network core to the desktop to the mobile device, which we facilitate over a next-generation IP infrastructure that delivers maximum uptime and infinite scalability. Our Unified Communications solution enables employees to seamlessly connect and collaborate, whether located in remote branch offices or on other continents. Our other managed services, including cyber security, disaster recovery and colocation, are designed and deployed to ensure that in the event of fail-over, there is little to no impact on the organization. Whether residing in our cloud or at one of our Class 4 data centers, Cohere offers Priority One remote monitoring and "White Glove" IT support.
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