Server Co-Location Services at 24x7 Data Centers
Server colocation is an attractive option for individuals and small businesses who want all the benefits of having a popular website with tons of hits, but don't necessarily want to pay for the bandwidth that such popularity requires. You still pay a fee, but it isn't for bandwidth - it's a rental charge.
A company will store all of its sensitive data - web pages and downloadables, for example - onto a server, and then physically haul the server to a different location. This location is the home operation center of the server colocation provider. Once you have your server there, the server colocation provider will take over and install your server in their rack.
In effect, you are sharing bandwidth with the server colocation provider; this is how you avoid bandwidth charges. You can also rent a server from the server colocation provider. In that case, you own no part of the process but the data.
Once the server is installed, you receive an IP address, which allows you to connect to your server from afar and, naturally, allows your customers to connect to your website. If you have loads of traffic or lots of high-density files being downloaded all the time from your site, then your bandwidth will consequently be high. By placing the bandwidth responsibility with the server colocation provider, you avoid paying a charge for it.
The provider will charge you for the space your server takes up, of course. In most cases, this charge is actually lower than what you would pay if you hosted the server yourself. Usually, however, your expenses will be lower with server colocation.
One main advantage of server colocation is that the provider of such a service is usually very well equipped to deal with problems that might arise in the normal function of servers. Power outages can be a server's top enemy. A server colocation provider will necessarily have backup power available, in the form of generators, to keep the servers going if electricity is somehow removed.
Another main advantage of server colocation is that the provider will likely have a more secure location for your and others' servers than you might have in your home or your office. They make their living from providing people with a vital service, and it is in their interest to protect their investments. You might have security of your own at your home or office, but the security at the business address of the server colocation provider is nearly always better.
Choose co-location if you already have your own server, but you would like us to help maintain it in a dedicated data center that is safe and secure. This is an cost effective solution for those that would rather provide their own hardware, but require dedicated support to ensure uptime and reliability.
Our co-location services provide you with a cost-effective solution to place your servers on the backbone of the Internet. Your servers will be physically located at TM Netmyne Data Centers and we offer flexible packages that taylor to your requirements.
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