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Micron21 is Australia-based hosting company. They offer the following services: Shared Hosting, VPS, Dedicated Server. Their servers are placed in next locations: Melbourne, Sydney, Los Angeles. 75% of user reviews who used Micron21 are positive.

As the leading Australian Data Centre innovator, we’re more Blue Sky than Cloud.  Micron21 has been behind significant Australian technology firsts, including the first Tier IV Data Centre and 5G commercial network.  We’ve built Australia’s own global DDoS protection platform that is trusted by some of the largest internet providers to secure their networks.  Micron21 is the second largest peered network in Australia and well ahead of the telco giants.  We’re IRAP assessed for government classified data and fully compliant with ISO 27001’s security standard.  Whether you’re a small-medium business (SMB), enterprise or government agency, we can provide you with fully tailored services for all your hosting, network, security and support needs.  We have been solving the technology challenges faced by all sized businesses for well over 10 years, entrusted to secure their data and deliver the highest industry uptime.

The Micron21 Difference

A proud 100% Australian owned data centre for over a decade. In this cyberage, data sovereignty is not enough. Physical sovereignty is the ultimate peace of mind.

Harness cutting edge technology. Whether it’s the latest in NVMe, Cisco, Juniper or 5G network, our Data Centre is designed with speed in mind.

The highest level of uptime certification for Data Centres offering 99.995% SLA backed availability. We go one step further and offer hyperconvergence to protect your cloud service from hardware failure.

Access dedicated technicians 24/7 located in our data centre. We are passionate about providing the best possible experience. Don’t take our word, check out our Net Promoter Score and Trust Pilot feedback.

SERVER LOCATIONS: Melbourne,  Sydney,  Los Angeles

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