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- What is the purpose of colocation?
- A colocation facility, or colo, is a data center facility where a business can rent space for servers and other computing hardware. Typically, a colo provides the building, cooling, power, bandwidth, and physical security, while the customer provides servers and storage.
- How does co location work?
- How Colocation Hosting Works. A colocation facility provides customers with a physical building and white floor space, cooling, power, bandwidth, and security. The customer then provides their organization's servers. Space in the facility is typically leased by the rack, cabinet, cage, or private suite
- What is colocation vs cloud?
- The main distinction between colocation vs. cloud lies with functionality. A colocation facility operates as a data center that rents floor space to an organization that has outgrown its own data center, whereas the private cloud enables designated users within an organization to act as tenant administrators.