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The State of Virginia is a hot spot for clients looking for an East Coast presence for their critical IT infrastructure. In northern Virginia, many well know colocation providers like Equinix and ATT offer colocation in Virginia data centers in cities like Reston, Ashburn, Fairfax, Vinenna, and in Sterling. In the southern part of Virginia, there are many quality colocation data centers in the metro Richmond area.
Clients looking for colocation in Virginia services should tour several data centers before making an ultimate decision. Depending upon your specific space, power and bandwidth requirements, you should look at both well known national colocation providers and local colocation data centers as well. National providers will give your IT personnel a “peace of mind” and an extra “marketing” advantage while local providers will allow for more flexibility and more cost-effective price points. When analyzing ‘Virginia colocation data centers’, clients need to look at all the important critical data center components like power redundancy, cooling, IT staffing and network and physical security. To view a comprehensive list of things to look for, please check out our top 10 tips to finding a colocation provider.
QuoteColo offers free, no obligation quotes from the most qualified and cost-effective Virginia colocation providers. Below is a partial list of data center locations in
- 21561 Beaumeade Circle
- 21635 Red Rum Dr
- 44480 Hastings Dr
- 44521 Hastings Dr
- 44664 Guilford Dr
- 12100 SunriseValley Drive
- 510 Huntmar Park Dr
- 11513 Sunset Hills Rd
- 1780 Business Center Dr
- 1920 Gallows Rd
- 7990 Application Court
- 8502 Tyco Rd
- 8201 Greensboro Dr
- 8801 Park Central Dr
- 4551 Cox Rd
- 6000 Technology Blvd
- 7474 Lee Davis Rd
Our Virginia colocation providers offers a variety of services to meet their client needs. Some of the more popular services are listed below:
- Rack Space – per U, partial racks, half racks/cabinets, full racks/cabinets and private cages and suites.
- Dedicated Servers – self and full managed Linux and Windows dedicated servers with OS support, managed security, back up and storage.
- Private Cloud Hosting – secure and scalable private cloud server hosting that meets industry compliances like Sarbanes Oxley, SSA16E and HIPPA.
- Public Cloud Hosting – scalable and cost-effective public cloud services for both the enterprise and SMBs.
- Hybrid Cloud Hosting – secure, scalable and flexible hybrid clouds that allow clients to “mix and match” both public, private clouds and dedicated and collocated infrastructure.
Colocation Virginia pricing varies depending upon a client’s space, power and bandwidth requirements. For the smaller requirements like 1 or 2U, clients can find great deals for 2U, 2amps and 10Mbps for less than $100 a month. Secure half cabinets with 15amp power and 10Mbps start at $500 a month. Full cabinets with 20amp power and 10Mbps start at $800 a month. Additional 20amp and 30amp feeds will add another $250-300 to your monthly bill. Private cage pricing is typically priced on an individual case basis but typically starts at $2000 a month for a two rack private cage. To view some great online colocation pricing from a reputable and stable provider in VA, check out Connex Internet’s pricing plans.
Virginia dedicated server pricing starts at $100 a month for a basic Linux server while mid range Linux and Windows dedicated servers start at $250 a month. Clients looking for additional managed services like backup and firewalls should expect to pay an extra $100-200 a month.
Virginia cloud hosting pricing varies across the board. Public cloud servers start at less than $50 a month and vary by usage. Private and hybrid cloud pricing is typically more expensive because of the added layer of security and customization. Clients can expect to pay $500+ a month for those types of solutions.