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Space is now available at iConnect Montana's new 47,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art data center facility in Billings, Montana. 1030 Central features the highest industry standards for operating efficiencies, cost controls, security and reliability.

Montana Is An Ideal Location For World Class Data Centers!

iConnect Montana is attracting large international customers that are relocating their servers from high cost data centers in California and other places to Montana and realizing substantial savings as a result!

iConnect Montana can provide your data center needs.

Montana’s "fiber hotels" are in Billings, Helena, Missoula and Bozeman as well as an additional 47,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art, "tier 3" grade data center in Billings

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iConnect Montana Announces Missoula Raised Floor Data Center Facility Ideal for Many Purposes

Currently the site is served with fiber from both CenturyLink and Blackfoot Communications. Charter Communications is also nearby so as to provide further redundancy if necessary.

2014 State of the Data Center

The data center is full of nonstop action.

Montana State-of-the-art Data Center

Space is now available at 1030 Central, iConnect Montana’s new 47,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art data center facility in Billings, Montana.

iConnect Professional Services

iConnect Montana provides neutral network connectivity and data center services for telecommunications, e-commerce and Internet-based businesses at environmentally benign locations throughout Montana.

Montana Is An Ideal Location For World Class Data Centers

Montana enjoys abundant, reliable, relatively inexpensive power generated in the state from a diversity of sources.

iConnect Montana Updates

Collocating in an iConnect Montana facility can provide a cost effective means of achieving the security and reliability necessary to thrive in today’s information technology-intensive environment.

It’s twilight for small in-house data centers

This trend is being felt the most at in-house data centers in small- to mid-size companies. These firms may be trying to shut down their data centers, or shift a major portion of their workloads to external providers.