Tag Archives: server colocation

What are the key points you should consider before selecting a Colocation Provider?

In the IT world colocation services have turned out to be the most popular commodity.  The IT world prefers colocation data centre facility as it allows for renting a space for storing and installing servers and other hardware. It provides the floor space, cooling, power and physical security to the servers, storage and/or applications owned… Read More »

 

Why Should People Consider Colocation?

When your data is stored with Colocation Company, it becomes highly secured and monitored by their technical experts. This vendor offers 24/7 support, building security and infrastructure such as power, cooling, fire protection and redundancy. The most important fact of choosing a colocation provider is – making more effective use of capital and having a… Read More »

 

Exploring the Solutions for the Challenges of Colocation Data Center Market

The term ‘colocation’ or ‘colo’ is actually getting popular because of its ease of use. The businesses are heading towards colocation data center with their own servers and IT assets but, some still struggle to understand how to increase revenue by choosing the best colocation data center provider. So, what are some of the main… Read More »

 

Cloud Services Vs Colocation: Where To Host Your Server

The traditional business applications are always very complicated and expensive, to the point that needs of hardware and software necessary for their implementation are such that it cannot be met. Moreover, the complexity of some software platforms requires specially trained personnel for installation, configuration, testing, implementation and upgrade. The costs to support this complexity can… Read More »

 

What Is Server Colocation Centre

Co-locations centres are a type of data centre where many customers host their servers on powerful and fast networks. Co-location centres are often referred to as ‘carrier hotels’ as multiple telecommunication providers tend to offer connection peering points at co-location centres. Co-location centres are often made up of several data floors that are simply large… Read More »