Continuum is the operator of an 80,000 square foot, Tier III+, purpose built facility in West Chicago, Il. We pride ourselves on robust infrastructure and providing unique value to our customers through superior service. Our properties are location-selected and engineered to meet the risk aversion, critical system redundancy and expansion power and bandwidth needs of our customers. We take pride in the quality of our data center design and our attention to the varying and complex needs of our clientele.
At Continuum Data Centers, we provide services to enhance our clients’ colocation experience. We have the capability to offer private suites, customized cages and cabinets, accommodate high-density or legacy systems with various levels of remote management and multiple on-net bandwidth providers. We work with our customers, business partners and channel partners to meet the needs of our customer base and we are committed to the highest levels of integrity and service.
Experience.The team at CDC has been at the forefront of the Chicago suburban colocation market for over 10 years, and has a track record of developing world class assets. CDC’s team has the experience and expertise to manage the needs of a diverse customer base, including trading and financial firms requiring high-density, efficient computation, as well as Enterprise and Fortune 1000 companies and retail customers requiring primary colocation.
Engineering.We employ the most advanced data center technologies, and design our facilities to be flexible and to accommodate the changing needs of the most demanding enterprises. We believe in efficiency and aggressively deploy energy saving technologies.
LocationIn real estate, location is everything. In data center selection, location can be an equally important differentiator, with access to bandwidth and power and distance from risk being the key drivers. The site of our CDC 603 data center is strategically distant from urban areas, and its geography was well researched and carefully selected by neighboring Government research institutions Fermilab and Argonne Labs and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange’s Aurora complex.