Colocation Services

Power, Space and ConnectivityThrough Lightower Colocation

Colocation services today are critical because of explosive data growth and the need for high-bandwidth, low latency connectivity to key network destinations and data sources.

Companies may consider upgrading their internal data centers as their primary option, but there are a number of challenges that are difficult for them to solve:

  • Increasing power and cooling densities
  • Network optimization
  • Full facility redundancy
  • Improving total cost of ownership

Lightower enables a myriad of customers across multiple industries to limit points of failure by putting mission-critical applications at the network’s edge for disaster recovery, business continuity, SaaS, Cloud services, physical redundancy, and backup.

Lightower provides customers with secure, state-of-the-art colocation centers throughout the Lightower footprint. Each colocation center is strategically positioned to facilitate high-bandwidth connectivity to key business locations including carrier hotels, data centers, and content providers.

Our secure facilities are engineered to protect your servers and communications equipment in a clean, secure environment with redudant power and cooling.  Lightower  offers colocation service in 18 locations throughout Lightower’s network footprint.

Lightower Colocation Facility Locations

401 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA
360 Hamilton Avenue
White Plains, NY
111 8th Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY
165 Halsey Street
Newark, NJ
1 Federal Street
Springfield, MA
1 Summer Street
Boston, MA
491 Pratt Corner Road
Amherst, MA
60 School Street
Brockton, MA
41 Glenn Street
Lawrence, MA
274 Appleton Street
Lowell, MA
34 St. Martin Drive
Marlborough, MA
285 West Street
Milford, MA
353 Massachusetts Avenue
North Adams, MA
142 Canal Street
Salem, MA
187 Sturbridge Road
West Charlton, MA
474 Main Street
Worcester, MA
235 Promenade Street
Providence, RI
60 Hudson Street
New York, NY

Customer Quote

"Their 165 Halsey facility is an ideal setting for our most critical data center concerns – location, power, and cooling systems. In addition, they have a proven network and industry expertise to help ensure that we can execute on our business objectives."

Technology Vendor Coordinator

Wolverine Trading