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Colocation is the practice of renting space for your servers and other computing hardware at a third-party provider’s data facility. In fact, Ace Host, Tampa colocation data center, is where you can rent a space for your servers.

Instead of the in-house scenario where servers live within a room or section of business infrastructure, there is an option to “co-locate.” So, colocation is renting space to put equipment in a third-party data center.

Using a colocation data center allows you to eliminate the capital expenditures of building and maintaining your own facility. Colocation features:

  • Facilities: colocation offers space in the providers data center. These facilities are audited for reliability and have lots of space including racks, cabinets, and cable trays.
  • Physical Security: there is high maximum security at the facilities. Including, on-site security guards and surveillance.
  • Power: colocation centers have backup generators and backup systems for power supplies.
  • Cooling: to protect your hardware, colocation provides cooling systems like chillers, cooling towers and water loop pumps.

Ace Host is your Tampa data center. If you want access to secure, compliant, always-on cloud solutions that empower companies to reduce risk, optimize IT spend, and increase business agility? Ace Host is available for you.