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US Signal’s SSAE 18 audited data centers are strategically located in business-friendly, mid-sized cities throughout America’s heartland — considered one of the safest geographical areas in the U.S. Most are at least 200 miles apart and all are on separate power grids to minimize the effects of natural disasters. Situated in areas protected from weather-related events, they are nonetheless easily accessible from main transportation routes.
Connected to US Signal’s wholly owned, robust, secure network, US Signal’s data centers benefit from over 9,500 miles of privately owned lit fiber and metro rings in strategic tier-one, tier-two and tier-three markets. It’s what ensures US Signal data customers of reliable colocation and cloud services, maximum bandwidth utilization, reduced downtime and worry-free, secure connectivity — and helps them connected from coast to coast and around the world.
US Signal data centers are also audited for compliance with HIPAA/HITECH, PCI DSS, SOC 1, TYPE 2, and SOC 2, Type 1 and certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Framework.
Michigan Data Centers
With two Grand Rapids data centers and two Metro Detroit data centers in the suburb of Southfield, US Signal provides the cloud and colocation services you need whether you are doing business in Michigan or just like the security our Michigan data centers offer.
Illinois Data Centers
Chicago may be known as “Second City,” but US Signal’s Chicago data center, located in the suburb of Oak Brook, is second to none. Our Oak Brook data center offers convenient access to I-88 and I-294 and is less than 20 miles from downtown.
Indiana Data Centers
Indiana is in the midst of a tech boom, and US Signal is providing reliable data center services to support it. US Signal’s Indianapolis data center serves the mid-Indiana area, while the South Bend data center serves the north Indiana area.
Wisconsin Data Centers
US Signal’s Madison data center is located in the heart of downtown Madison, the capital of the state of Wisconsin and its second largest city. In an area at low risk of natural disasters, it is home to cloud hosting infrastructure and colocation facilities.
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