Hosting Solutions

Secure, Versatile & Scalable hosting stability.

Mainstream offers a full spectrum of private cloud, virtualization and colocation solutions. Choose the approach that brings the most value to your organization.

Business Value

  • Optimize technology spend
  • Shift your costs from CapEx to OpEx
  • Leverage our economy of scale
  • Consistent, predictable, budgeted monthly spend


  • Variety of options including private cloud, virtual servers, co-location, managed co-location
  • On demand support
  • 24x7 customer access
  • Escorted co-location services


  • Planned upgrades and replacements are factored into pricing
  • Proactive management of routine tasks
  • Minimal planning time required
  • Cloud options: public, private, hybrid


  • SSAE 16 SOC 2 Type 2 Report
  • ISAE 3402 Type 2 Report
  • Compliant with stringent government and industry regulations
  • MSP / Cloud Verify Program (MSPCV)

Facility Overview

  • Raised floor data center
  • High-availability environment
  • N+1 on-floor UPS’s
  • N+1 cooling and humidity control
  • Redundant power
  • Carrier neutral
  • Proximity and biometrics access
  • Security cameras
  • FM200 fire suppressant


  • 1U to multiple cabinets
  • Private Cage
  • Off-site Backup
  • Public IP’s
  • Dedicated Firewall
  • Redundant BGP Internet bandwidth
  • Managed Services available

Dedicated colocation facility located in downtown Little Rock, AR

What can we help you with?

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Managed, Virtual, Hybrid

Mainstream’s private cloud provides virtual private servers in a hardened 24/7 facility.   Hosting solutions are flexible and scalable, giving you options to choose the best solution for your business.  We also offer managed services for your hosted infrastructure.

Disaster Recovery

Mainstream Technologies is certified as a UCS Cloud Services Provider by the MSP Alliance. Our data centers located in Little Rock, AR, and Dallas, TX are SSAE-16 compliant facilities.  These certifications demonstrate our commitment to data integrity and availability.


Do you need to know where your data is physically stored?  Mainstream offers 24/7 closed-circuit camera monitoring with DVR recordings of all entrances, aisles, and racks. Our facility has proximity badge and biometric security on all outside entrances.

"We found Mainstream was very knowledgeable about our business.  They not only knew what we did, but they understood why!"


"There came a time when we decided to offer our solution in an ASP environment. With the help of Mainstream Technologies, we leveraged their data center and staff to actively monitor and manage our systems."

Greg Holder
Traverse Systems

"eMobile Campus is a hosting company.  We understand the value of the services Mainstream Technologies provides us.  This is why we use them as our second site."

Ken Harris Jr.
eMobile Campus

"Because of Mainstream Technologies' hosting services, we're able to respond to our clients' needs faster without increasing overhead."

Jackie d'Escoto
d'Escoto, Inc.

"There came a time when we decided to offer our solution in an ASP environment. With the help of Mainstream Technologies, we leveraged their data center and staff to actively monitor and manage our systems."

Greg Holder
Traverse Systems

How can I use a data center most effectively?

A data center can be used most effectively as a safe, secure resource to house and store technology infrastructure.  It is a specially designed facility that organizations use to store their critical applications and data.  It is designed to support networking and computing resources. Data centers are used to host routers, switches, firewalls, storage systems, infrastructure as a service, servers, and application delivery controllers.

What services does Mainstream Technologies offer in our Little Rock data center?

Mainstream Technologies'  headquarters and SOC 2 certified data center is located in downtown Little Rock at 325 W Capitol, Suite 200.  We offer a full range of highly secure and flexible colocation, cloud, and connectivity solutions.

Due to compliance, we need a data center that will meet our audit requirements.

A UCS certified managed service provider delivers peace of mind to our clients, knowing that their systems and data will meet strict compliance guidelines.

The costs of owning and operating our own data center(s) is getting out of hand.

If you're evaluating your data storage options, colocation may be preferable to building out or expanding your own facility.

We need to consolidate our primary or secondary data center locations into single location with access to multiple bandwidth options.

Carrier options are essential for sound redundancy planning.  Currently, we offer five carrier options in our data center or you can bring your own. Click the link below for more information.

I want a data center that is close in proximity.

Mainstream's primary data center is centrally located in downtown Little Rock, AR.

I need a SOC 2 Type 2 certified provider and data center.

Mainstream Technologies' data center is a SOC 2 Type 2 certified provider and data center.

Raving Fan Clients

Mainstream Technologies cherishes building long-term relationship clients. We are pleased to present testimonials from past and current clients:

Solving Business Challenges

Mainstream Technologies creates, manages and secures technology to assure your systems are working efficiently. Learn more about how we approach business challenges to arrive at unique solutions that fit your business.

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