Colocation is a way of hosting a server and other computing hardware at a third party data centre facility. In most cases, the colocation data centre will provide the facilities, power, maintenance, bandwidth and security of the servers. You, as a customer, will provide the physical server and storage. Colocation provides many benefits to organisations…

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When you’re looking for a new or additional Colocation provider, there are many factors to consider such as network resilience, security and scalability, to name a few. But the location of your chosen facility is just as important in how easy your service will be to manage and how well it will meet all your…

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Leased lines are a dedicated, flexible bandwidth, symmetric data connection, used to link two locations together. In most cases, the base connection is typically a workplace, with the second location being a data centre that’s connected to the internet. The internet breakout from the data centre is often resilient over multiple carriers helping to keep your…

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