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  • New York Colocation Pricing

    Posted by QuoteColo on May 31, 2013

    New York City is a prime location for clients looking for colocation data center services. Well known “telecom hotel” locations such as 60 Hudson and 111 8th Avenue are some of the most well lit facilities on the East Coast. Colocation clients looking for carrier neutral bandwidth can connect to well known Tier 1 telecom […]

  • Colocation Services -5 criteria for picking a colocation provider

    Posted by QuoteColo on April 02, 2013

    When evaluating colocation services, clients need to analyze many different facets of the colocation provider’s service offering. To start, the term Colocation refers to the provisioning of rack space for a client owned server(s) and network gear at a hosting company’s data center facility. The client pays a monthly fee to rent rack space, power and bandwidth. […]

  • Colocation Services in Atlanta: Options and Prices

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 15, 2013

    Even with the rise of cloud computing and virtual hosting, the city of Atlanta Georgia has remained a “hot spot” for colocation data center growth. Along with the popular and well-known data centers facilities like 55 and 56 Marietta, several other quality data centers can be found in and outside of downtown Atlanta. Below is […]

  • Private Cloud Providers – 5 Must Haves

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 05, 2013

    Businesses are increasingly turning from traditional outsourced hosting services like colocation and dedicated servers  to cloud-based computing. According to research carried out by Gartner, the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) sector will grow by 17.4 percent through 2016. Within SaaS, business intelligence applications category will grow by 27.1 percent, office suite applications by 40.7 percent, and digital content […]

  • Fueling Data Center Growth with Green Power

    Posted by QuoteColo on February 19, 2013

    Historically data centers (DCs) have been the ultimate consumers. One 100,000 square foot data center has been known to use as much power as 50,000 homes. This excessive power consumption, while necessary, has also been the bane of data center operators and one of the major road blocks to the 21st century growth of the industry.  As […]