Sensory Technologies, an audio-visual, telepresence system and collaboration solutions provider with locations in Indianapolis, Chicago, Fort Wayne, and Dayton, has selected Data Cave, a full service, fully redundant data center in Columbus, IN, as its colocation provider.

Sensory Technologies, ranked one of the top 50 audio visual systems integrators by Systems Contractor News (SCN) for the past four years, provides visual collaboration services to a multitude of clients, including Roche Diagnostics, Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA), and IU Health. Sensory Technologies has seen recent expansion in domestic and global markets (32 countries); therefore, colocation services with maximum redundancy are required to maintain the company’s high standard of client-centric solution services.

“After evaluating several vendors for our colocation needs, we found Data Cave provided the best combination of network accessibility and management, colocation infrastructure, and redundancy. The colocation package that we chose also provides exceptional scalability to allow for our business growth,” said Chris Frederick, Director of Managed Services for Sensory Technologies.

By utilizing Data Cave’s colocation services, Sensory Technologies will expand its capabilities and improve its service with access to the highest levels of redundancy.

“We welcome Sensory Technologies to Data Cave and look forward to helping them grow. Their customers can be confident that their video services will be maintained continuously, due to our high levels of redundancy and subsequent uptime. We’ve enjoyed developing our relationship with Sensory Technologies and anticipate their future growth within the visual collaboration space,” said Data Cave President, Caleb Tennis.