Hosting and Colocation


If you have your own hardware but need the t1 bandwidth, security, and manpower of a world-class Data Center, then colocation is your ideal solution. A colocation service is a storage service that helps you streamline the way your company’s network functions via a remote staff of system administrators that manage your entire network hub.

Colocation sites are being erected at various points around the world to provide services to the rapidly expanding Web hosting services and e-commerce marketplace. Placing your equipment on your colocation provider’s racks or in cages located in private suites offers many advantages, including:

  • Provided physical security for your network and hardware
  • An ensured and reliable connection to the Internet
  • No need for an expensive in-house IT staff
  • An orderly network that is easy to access
  • Freed up office space

Your colocation Data Center is physically secure and prepared for any emergency – with back-up generators in the event of a power outage, and optional third-party cooling units and safeguards against faulty circuits to ensure a constant supply of uninterruptable, filtered power.

There are also numerous ways to improve the service quality and function of your servers, such as a variety of outside power feeds and uninterruptible power supplies to keep your network running indefinitely. In addition, you can choose to buy your data center incrementally, as opposed to setting up a network cabinet in anticipation of the accumulation of server gear you’ll accrue through the years.

The experience of your staff administrators will help you improve the arrangement and set-up of your network as the total server system grows. They will also keep you connected to your proper Local Access or Wide Access Networks, keep track of the status and condition of your server, frequently check in with your service providers and tech support crew to ensure preservation is at chief efficiency, as well as back up important network data sent in from across your WAN.

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