Imagine a world where your computer couldn’t communicate with another device. There’d almost be no point; certainly no online collaboration or networking of any kind. What links all our devices together are IP addresses, identities which facilitate communication over the Internet. For the majority of cases, IP addresses come in two forms – IPv4 and…

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Colocation, or Colo, is a core service offered by the majority of data centres, but, if you’ve never heard the term before, it can be difficult to find out exactly what it means.   So, in a nutshell, what is Colocation? In the simplest terms, Colocation is a place where you can put computer hardware…

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When it comes to Colocation, chances are you’ve heard about a Committed Data Rate (CDR) in relation to network traffic. You might also hear that your bandwidth usage is billed at the “95th percentile” or perhaps you’ve seen the term “burstable.” So, what exactly do all these different terms mean? Let’s cut through the industry…

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