Colocation is providing a infrastructure to maintain your server without any in-house requirement or providing a DRaaS solution for your operational server. Colocation is high-tech real estate, or outsourced data center space, where you can operate your company-owned software and hardware.

A colocation (colo) is a data center facility in which 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.

A carrier hotel, also called a colocation center, is a secure physical site or building where data communications media converge and are interconnected. It is common for numerous service providers to share the facilities of a single carrier hotel.

Features of Server & Rack Co-Location

Fault tolerance

By this ability of a system (server, network, storage cloud, internet, electricity, cooling etc.) to continue operating without interruption when one or more of its components fail.

Preventing Loss & damage

In this case, we are looking for all the top class risk assessment and calculate the risk involved during business continuity and focus on continuity process to produce profit to that business.


Keeping things up and running in one's business even with the absence of one or more important component by redundant Electrical, Cooling, Internet, Hardware & Networking components.

Balanced Load

Optimize workload distribution across multiple computing resources, making them individually more resilient to activity spikes that would otherwise cause slowdowns and other disruptions

High availability

System’s ability to avoid loss of service by minimizing downtime. It’s expressed in terms of a system’s uptime, as a percentage of total running time as 99.999% uptime.

Backup & DR Plans

Ensuring that all the information and data in a business that could have been lost is recovered from site Backup & database replications so as to assist in future needs.