Axion Communications Selects VAZATA For Their Data Center Colocation Needs

VAZATA, a full service cloud hosting infrastructure, managed hosting and colocation provider, has been selected by Axion Communications for their data center colocation needs. Prior to partnering with VAZATA, Axion Communications performed a comprehensive search for a data center colocation partner who could support their mission critical VoIP infrastructure.

colocation-texas-vazataFounded in 2001, Axion Communications provides enterprise-grade communications solutions to business of all sizes. Headquartered in Camarillo, California, Axion Communications’ cloud communications platform would enable businesses to leverage the power of VoIP; unlimited calling across the U.S., unified messaging, cellular integration, and seamless integration between remote offices. The company claims to be one of the fastest growing Hosted PBX and SIP trunk providers in the United States.

“We researched over 40 data center providers in the Central U.S. and toured 12 in the Dallas area,” said Joey Cary, President of Axion Communications. “We chose VAZATA because of their robust network infrastructure, fully redundant power feeds and exceptional support staff.”

“Their deep domain expertise in cloud hosting and virtualization also gave us additional confidence in their ability to support our infrastructure,” added Cary. “There were several other good providers in the Dallas area, but only VAZATA met or exceeded every one of our requirements.”


VAZATA is a managed hosting, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and colocation provider serving Global 1000 businesses, U.S. Federal Government Agencies and Mid-Market Enterprises.

VAZATA, headquartered in Plano, Texas, is using a proprietary cloud architecture called vStructure. The vStructure IaaS cloud platform would allow for enhanced computing capabilities, accessibility, and fiscal viability in solutions designed to grow with organizations of all sizes. VAZATA’s data centers are located in Texas and Northern Virginia.