There are several reasons a business might choose a colo over building its own data center, but one of the main drivers is the capital expenditures (CAPEX) associated with building, maintaining and updating a large computing facility. In the past, colos were often used by private enterprises for disaster recovery. Today, colos are especially popular with cloud service providers.
Direclylnx Colocation provides the building, cooling, power, bandwidth and physical security while the customer provides servers and storage. Space in the facility is leased by the rack, cabinet, or cage. This saves you money from expensive server purchases. We set up the server with in our servers and you just log in from wherever you are and work just like the server is in your building.
All of a Sudden, Doing It All Yourself Doesn’t Make Much Sense
Constantly purchasing, deploying, scaling and managing the physical devices, the network and the data center yourself become things of the past. So put down the hardware. Get out of the data center. And start working smarter by freeing up your talent and money for activities that drive revenue.