Data Center and Infrastructure

At its simplest, a data center is a physical facility that organizations use to house their critical applications and data. A data center’s design is based on a network of computing and storage resources that enable the delivery of shared applications and data.


Why “Data Center for your Company”?

Look six reasons why you need “Data Center”
24/7 Access

Many business leaders who move their data off-site are concerned that they won’t have perpetual access to their server stacks, and risk getting caught locked out, as it were, just when they have an emergency. By opting for a local colocation facility, you can have access to your hardware – and your data – at all times.

Check on Security Yourself

Security is one of the main comforts of a colocation data center, and when the facility is within an hour of your place of business, checking up on security in person is easy. You can use key cards or biometric security features to gain access to the servers. Other regulated entry and camera surveillance help ensure that your data can’t be tampered with, in the physical plant.

Keep an Eye on Redundancies

Today’s hardware needs certain cooling (HVAC), conditioned power, backup generators, sophisticated security systems and the like, and each of these systems has its backup in case of failure. Colocation facilities are built specifically to meet these needs, and because they are constantly monitored by professionals in charge of these arrangements for several tenants, using a plant like this can save you significant amounts of money. When your colocation plant is nearby, you can check up on these systems and their failsafe backups. You don’t need to personally make sure they’re all operational at all times, but if you want to drop in and take a peek, you still have the option.


Face-to-Face Relationships

Many business leaders who move their data off-site are concerned that they won’t have perpetual access to their server stacks, and risk getting caught locked out, as it were, just when they have an emergency. By opting for a local colocation facility, you can have access to your hardware – and your data – at all times.

Someone to Turn To

Another benefit of knowing the real live people who staff your local colocation center is that you know whom to turn to if you run into any trouble or need help. Cloud storage services may answer their phones, or they may not, but the people actually in charge of the plants at companies like that are usually not the people available to speak with you. With local colocation, it’s a smaller team in charge of pleasing a relatively small group of tenants, so there is greater accountability and expertise among the staff.

Local Network Access

When your local internet service provider is also your local colocation solution, everything runs more efficiently and smoothly. Upload, download, and disaster recovery all becomes a far easier and faster enterprise when you’re on a dedicated network. No need to share bandwidth with the entire Internet and no need to send your data around the world before it makes its way to and from your servers.


What Service Catagoires Could I Be Looking?

Physical Non-IT Constructions

  • Raised Floors
  • Tiled Ceilings
  • SOC(Security Operations Management)
  • NOC(Network Operations Management)
  • Cabling
  • Trunking
  • Air Conditioning
  • Backup Generators
  • UPS
  • Distribution Boards
  • Lighting

Security


security
  • Access Control
  • Fire-rated Doors
  • Fire Detection
  • Fire Suppression
  • Ip Surveillance (IP Cameras)

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