Colocation is a physical facilities option for your IT Infrastructure. Under a colocation scenario, your IT assets are placed in a service provider’s facility (next to or “co-located with” the assets of other organizations), giving you the ability to take advantage of shared power Infrastructure, HVAC systems, physical security and redundant architecture. You essentially lease space for your IT assets while maintaining ownership and control of those assets. This option allows your company to expand quickly, bypassing the time it takes to design and construct a new data center, while conserving capital.

Why Colocate with SuperNet?

According to Info-Tech Research Group, 64% of organizations engage in some form of data center colocation services. In addition, Gartner has observed more and more enterprises enlisting colocation services, and the research firm has identified several reasons behind this trend.

  • We’re Flexible: We offer half or full cabinets, cages and private suites. Work on monthly or annual contracts, with multiple options for electricity and bandwidth.
  • We’re Reliable: Our mission-critical data centers are built with N+1 redundancy throughout, including multiple HVAC systems and redundant power, to provide you with world-class colocation hosting.
  • We’re Helpful: With more than 14 years’ experience, we have the knowledge and expertise to offer exceptional support, and we do so 24x7x365.
  • We’re Secure: Our state-of-the-art data centers offer 24/7 security and monitoring, access logging, video surveillance and recording, multiple security checkpoints, and more.
  • We’re Global: Our facility is located at the center of world telecommunication companies which let us to interconnect you in a day.

Our Colocation Installation Services help avoid the cost of sending technicians to colocation facility to service equipment and supervise installation activities. Our Installation Services Specialists will receive, stage, unpack, mount, and cable your equipment according to your specifications and leave racks ready for technical personnel to configure and test the equipment remotely.

  • Receiving, staging, unpacking and mounting of your equipment
  • Equipment and cable labeling
  • Equipment inventory with digital pictures
  • Rack installation, equipment repositioning and installation of security appliances within a rack