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General Bay Area Colocation Pricing:*

1U, 2Amps 110v & 10Mbps burst to 100Mbps – $79/month

12U, 8Amps 110v & 25Mbps burst to 100Mbps – $399/month

22U, 15Amps 110v & 50Mbps burst to 100Mbps – $599/month

42U, 20Amps 110v & full 100Mbps  – $899/month

* colocation pricing changes often, please contact us directly for a custom quote


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The Bay Area aka San Francisco Bay Area is the region that surrounds San Francisco Bay in northern California. The Bay area includes major cites such as San Francisco, Oakland and the San Jose. Known for its natural splendor and beauty, the Bay Area is the second largest populated area in the State of California right after Los Angeles.

The majority of the Bay Area’s economy is based in San Francisco and the Silicon Valley which includes the cities of San Jose, Santa Clara, Palo Alto and Sunnyvale. Many of the nation’s top high technology companies such as Apple, Adobe, Facebook, Google, and Yahoo reside in the Bay Area.

With all the high tech growth in the Bay Area, there are plenty of quality data center colocation facilities to choose from. QuoteColo offers Bay Area colocation services from a variety of data center facilities in the area. Below is a partial list of the available Bay Area data center facilities:

San Francisco Colocation

  • 1656 McCarthy Blvd.
  • 630 Third St.
  • 185 Berry St.
  • 650 Townsend St.
  • 390 Main St.
  • 651 Brannan St.
  • 200 Paul Ave.
  • 365 Main St.
  • 1340 Treat Blvd
  • 501 2nd St.
  • 360 Spear St.
  • 1624 Frankin St. (Oakland)
  • 1313 53rd St. (Oakland)
  • 5000 Hollis Street (Emeryville)
  • 1400 65th St. (Emeryville)

San Jose Colocation 

  • 55 South Market St.
  • 1620 South Market St.
  • 3705 Raymond St.
  • 400 Holger Way
  • 150 South 1st St.
  • 11 Great Oaks Blvd.
  • 50 West San Fernando
  • 1380 Kifer Rd.
  • 1400 Kifer Rd.
  • 2334 Lundy Place
  • 250 Stockton Ave.
  • 55 Almaden Blvd.
  • 534 Stockton Ave.
  • 2001 Fortune Dr.
  • 2720 Zanker Rd

Santa Clara Colocation 

  • 1100 Space Park Dr.
  • 2820 Northwestern Pky.
  • 3080 Raymond St.
  • 3030 Corvin Dr.
  • 1700 Richard Ave.
  • 2050 Martin Ave.
  • 3105 Alfred St.
  • 110 Space Park
  • 1700 Richard Ave
  • 2401 Walsh Ave.
  • 2403 Walsh Ave.
  • 800 Central Expressway
  • 1550 Space park Dr.
  • 1725 Comstock
  • 1111 Karlstad (Sunnyvale)
  • 444 Toyam Drive (Sunnyvale)

Bay Area colocation service providers offer a variety of outsourced hosting packages. A partial list of colocation hosting options is below:

Bay Area Colocation

1)      Per U space – colocation providers offer space by the “U.” Typical client packages include 1 or 2 U of space with 1-2 amps 110v power and a 10/100Mbps Internet feed. Per U Bay Area Colocation starts at $50 a month.

2)      Tower Colocation Space – some Bay Area colocation providers offer rack space for tower servers. Compared to per U servers, towers take up more space and are a bit more costly to collocate. Bay Area tower server colocation pricing starts at $150 a month.

3)      Partial Rack Colocation Space – Bay Area colocation providers offer space in ¼, 1/3, and ½ rack increments. Some providers offer secure and lockable space in those increments as well. To find those providers, you will need to do a little more digging.

4)      Private Cage and Custom Floor Space – Larger Bay Area colocation providers such as DRT, Telx and QTS can offer private cages and suites. Private colocation cages packages typically start with four racks all the way up to twelve or sixteen racks. Clients will need to work closely with their provider to configure the proper amount of power and cooling for their required IT server gear.


Along with colocation, qualified Bay Area facilities can also offer dedicated servers and public/private cloud hosting services. Give our service a try to find the best Los Angeles or Bay Area colocation provider for your specific requirements. Call 888-400-5732 or just submit your requirements on one of our easy forms. We will source you direct quotes from the most qualified and cost-effective Bay Area hosting providers.