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Bringing a child's favorite game to their living room takes much more than just the talent of the animators and writers. It is a community of people working on 3D effects, sound and all kinds of other post-production processes that bring the content from glass to glass.

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Much of this collaboration takes place via cloud providers who stake their reputation on agility, low-latency and overall ease and security of doing business.

In this case, those companies sit in CoreSite's One Wilshire data center in Los Angeles, giving direct-connect access to the companies creating the content.

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Once the game is finished on demand, high-speed networks, carriers and CDN providers deliver the content to the end user. CoreSite gives the studio access to hundreds of choices so they can ensure the fastest delivery to meet the high demands of the most discerning content consumer.

Even if he's only 7 years old.

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Small and midsized service providers need access to other networks and carriers without the exorbitant infrastructure costs of laying their own fiber. CoreSite’s community of network service providers creates a seamless backbone that supports much of the activity that other types of customers need to do business. It’s fast and, more importantly, it’s scalable.

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Once they set up shop at a CoreSite carrier-neutral (that’s when you have several different carriers to choose from, which makes it possible to negotiate better rates and allows you to not have to be locked into only using one carrier) data center, they have direct access to other small and large networks. And they have access to a new base of end-user customers as well.

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Once a small or medium network service provider connects directly to the community of networks and carriers in a CoreSite facility, mapping growth and building their network becomes a matter of running a couple of cables inside of a building, instead of laying pipes all across the landscape. It’s a cost-effective way to create a scalable, secure growth plan that’s tailored to grow with the business.

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The new model in software delivery is through the cloud. It allows companies to maintain incremental, agile development processes while decreasing storage and maintenance costs for the end user. Here, a company develops a custom solution for healthcare providers to store, access and analyze patient data.

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Once the software has been written, the company needs a safe (and since we're talking patient records, it needs to be compliant with all privacy laws and regulations), powerful place to store the data where it's accessible at all times by the doctors and insurance companies who need it. CoreSite facilities partner with multiple cloud services providers, enabling companies across all kinds of industries to deliver their content and software to end users around the world.

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When this healthcare software company has direct access to cloud providers in a CoreSite Data Center, it not only helps keep patient data secure, but it provides a network of redundancies that help ensure doctors have access to this information on demand. And when it comes to someone's health, latency is simply not acceptable.