Netrality adds MOD Mission Critical’s platform to its Houston 1301 Fannin facility

Aug. 15, 2023
The privately held data center and operator strengthens its connectivity ecosystem with new options for its customers.

Netrality Data Centers has added MOD Mission Critical, a global infrastructure Platform as a Service (PaaS) company and operator of PaaSPort™, a multi-facility, multi-cloud and multi-network ecosystem platform, to its 1301 Fannin data center in Houston, TX.

MOD Mission Critical's new deployment provides 1301 Fannin customers access to a global platform as a service network, MOD PaaSPort™, offering a suite of managed colocation, bare metal, and connectivity solutions. PaaSPort™ provides customers with an interface to order multicloud, hybrid cloud, and private cloud connectivity solutions across the globe – along with the ability to compose an array of services designed to enable multi-facility and multi-networking solution deployments.

MOD can serve customers starting from a single rack unit with 10 Gbps of Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), providing an option for companies seeking robust colocation and interconnection solutions. "Partnering with providers like MOD Mission Critical aligns perfectly with our commitment to provide our customers with a diverse array of high quality and comprehensive managed solutions," said Amber Caramella, Chief Revenue Officer at Netrality Data Centers.

"MOD's fractional service offerings combined with our PaaSPort™ platform reinforces Netrality's 1301 Fannin facility as a robust, globally accessible site, with a multitude of cloud, connectivity, and managed service offerings for nearly any company of any size," said Michael Hollander, CEO of MOD Mission Critical.

The partnership with Netrality Data Centers signifies MOD Mission Critical's first data center partnership in the Houston metro.

At 24 stories and approximately 1.1 million square feet, 1301 Fannin is one of Houston's most fiber-dense, network-neutral facilities and a central hub for data and internet traffic. Its network infrastructure enables scalable interconnectivity and business continuity for carriers, service providers, and enterprise customers across Houston. In addition to its data center offering, the mixed-use facility features custom IT, office, and retail space for lease.

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Sean Buckley

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