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With the massive hype surrounding cloud solutions right now, it would be awfully tempting to just join the bandwagon. However, website owners need to think long and hard about their hosting needs.
Here at Code Splash Colocation, we stick to what we know is the best option for you and your business.

Understanding Colocation Services

As a tech business owner, you may have already realized the sheer importance of your data. That is why you need to seriously consider the options in front of you. This article briefly explains how colocation works and what it can do for you.

Colocation Basics

This is probably the most straightforward data solution you can try. When you use colocation hosting, you are in full control over the equipment and the people who will manage it. The data center’s role is minimal. It is only there to provide you with the necessary infrastructure. In particular, you will only be paying for rack space or the place to install your equipment, along with the power and internet connection charges.

Of course, there are also additional options available to you, but this varies depending on the data center.

Benefits of Colocation

There are a number of benefits that these facilities offer that should factor into your decision. However, one of the most important benefit this brings is that it gives you complete autonomy and freedom on how you want to manage your data, as you are free to bring in your own IT staff.

Overall, the data centers can help you feel at ease knowing that you are in safe company.

Data Center Fees

When it comes to data centers and colocation services, there are only two things you have to worry about, your Rack Space Rental Fees and the Internet Connection Charges.

  • Rack Rental Fees – By hiring a data center, you get to lease the space available to them. The amount is usually inclusive of basic electrical services. Of course, additional fees may also be levied, depending on the particular needs of the client.
  • Internet Connection Charges – These are fees you have to pay for bandwidth. The bandwidth may vary between data centers but usually, most of them provide clients with a 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps Ethernet connections.

For special clients, these facilities could provide connections up to 1000 Mbps (1 Gigabit). However, it should be noted that the costs for this would be a bit higher. After all, only a few clients find themselves in need of such.

As you may well know, data centers and colocation is not your sole option. After all, cloud solutions are the newest trend right now. However, we recommend that you stick with what you know will serve your company best.

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