“Connect your business with the physical layer.”
Choosing co-location services from a full provider offers many benefits over owning and operating your own data center.
Increased Power Capacity
Co-location facilities provide access to a more robust power-per-square foot ratio than most private data centers.
Reduced IT Infrastructure Costs
Cost savings is often one of the biggest benefits of co-location.
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Co-locating creates additional peace of mind in the event of a natural disaster or power outage at the primary place of business.
A client can lease unused strands of ‘dark’ fiber optic cable to create their own privately-operated optical fiber network
rather than just leasing bandwidth.
Managing dark fiber networks gives greater control of costs.
As dark fiber is a private network, full bandwidth can be utilized.
As a private network, they offer more security.
It brings better connectivity for appropriately accomplishing the needs of data networking. Along with this, it ensures a strengthened networking connection.
While wi-fi is a shared medium, ethernet is dedicated.
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Using ethernet cabling to deliver power for small routers/switches/devices.
Physical security can be managed with managed switches.
Different IP services features can be used to meet the ever evolving network requirements.
IP services work as a standardized service throughout the world and coexists with different infrastructure.
Since IP services are device neutral, all devices can be connected.
Depending on your network, IP can scale to meet your performance needs.