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[January 09, 2013]

Colocation America Finishes 2012 with 4th Consecutive Year of 100% Network Uptime

Los Angeles, CA, Jan 09, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- Colocation America (, a leading provider of colocation and dedicated servers, announces another year of success for 2012: a period of 100% uptime for clients in a diverse array of industries including hosting, VoIP, and SEO, throughout the United States. This milestone is the ultimate proof of Colocation America's credibility and technical expertise. Complemented by exceptional service, Colocation America offers companies the vital hosting environment needed to maintain a strong online presence.

"2012 was a year of unprecedented achievement for Colocation America where we delivered on our promise of 100% guaranteed uptime. Our proven resources in the data center industry - connectivity, network backbone, and IT support - are among the many advantages our clients receive throughout the year. This year we rejoice with our clients on the consistency we are able to offer. Our commitment to excellence and, especially, our clients' critical business needs has once again enabled us to provide unparalleled colocation services," says Albert Ahdoot, Director of Business Development for Colocation America.

"Colocation America is a company worthy of respect and admiration based not only on their established reputation for 100% guaranteed uptime but their rapid responsiveness. Their collaboration, which I value, is one of the many reasons I salute their hard work and perseverance. Simply stated, Colocation America has the wisdom and industry insight that define business leadership. I expect them to maintain or exceed these goals in 2013," says Michael Hosey, President and CEO of My Instant Guru.

About Colocation America: Established in 2000, Colocation America has grown to become one of the most reliable colocation and dedicated server providers in the US. Based in Los Angeles, California, Colocation America was built from the ground up by professional network engineers with a vision of delivering fully integrated, trusted colocation and server hosting services. Through their attention to detail, high level of customer service and retention, Colocation America has earned a reputation of excellence in the data center world.

Colocation America's primary data centers are located at the world famous One Wilshire building in Los Angeles, with other data centers located in New York, New Jersey, San Francisco and Chicago. For more information, please visit our blog for all of the latest data center news; for press inquiries, please contact: Shawn Ahdoot, Marketing Director, PR(at)colocationamerica(dot)com or visit

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