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Secure, virtual storage.

Upgrade your business' infrastructure with a dedicated virtual data center. Minimize your maintenance and upfront costs.

Possibilities

  • Best in class security
  • Reliability
  • Performance & scalability
  • Compliance requirements
  • Reduce expenses and hardware costs

What is Colocation?

Colocation is the technique by which you would host your floor space, power, cooling, and sometimes bandwidth at another service provider's data center. You can rent as much space as you need, allowing you to save capital. Burst into the cloud in one jump or migrate as your depreciate old hardware in a true hybrid cloud configuration.

Colocation average savings
"Virtualization enables the repurposing and decommissioning of some existing servers. According to the Uptime Institute, decommissioning a single 1U rack server can annually save $500 in energy, $500 in operating system licenses, and $1,500 in hardware maintenance costs.8"

– Energy Star

How it Works

You'll either use the hardware and software you have, or buy new, and we (as the hosting provider) will handle the network, power, and housing demands of your server infrastructure.

Discovery Meeting

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Security Assessment

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Analysis &
Remediation Plan

Pain Points Solved

  • Protect against downtime
    Our datacenter solutions are redundant with many carriers, dual fiber paths, and dual power sources.
  • Meet your needs
    The amount of space you rent is based on your needs and totally up to you. If you need a partial rack or an entire data center we've got you covered. Need more? It's easily scalable to your needs.
  • Security + compliance
    Protect your data from disaster, theft, and power loss. Various compliances are available (SSAE 16, PCI, HIPAA, NIST, etc.).
  • Burst to the cloud
    Colocation is easily paired with other cloud solutions. Need cloud computing, managed applications, or databases? Done.

Questions about Colocation?