Nuday’s data center has high physical security and power redundancy. Your data will always be safe, secure and readily available.
Visit our datacenter Toronto and get some work done! You’re most welcome to use our speedy Internet and enjoy a cup of coffee (or tea) in our customer lounge.
We offer one on one support at all times. Issues are escalated to ensure they’re resolved promptly, and business continuity is maintained.
Located just north of Toronto, Nuday is a state-of-the-art colocation data centre that offers unparalleled capabilities and services. Nuday’s premier multi-homed designed network directly peers with major providers such as Yahoo, LinkedIn and Amazon.
We are committed to delivering the best services. Our results are evident through the implementation, execution and ongoing maintenance of cost-effective, environmentally responsible technology.
The Nuday team has a vast background in IT infrastructure, civil engineering, connectivity and hospitality. All of their collective experience is the reason Nuday is able to offer the best-managed services, colocation and cloud solutions as a premier data center in Toronto.
Nuday Networks has connections to the top 4 Canadian fiber optic providers (Bell, Rogers, Cogeco, Zayo and Hydro One) to ensure fast, flexible connectivity and data synchronization between the main Internet providers and the data center in Toronto.
Nuday also offers first-class business connectivity and continuity with bundled services to ensure that businesses operate continuously, even after a major interruption or disaster.
Clients also have the option to choose a variety of IP bandwidth options with competitive rates. Select the plan to best suit your needs to enjoy reliable Internet services.
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