Glossary

Acceptable Use Policy

CyrusOne’s Acceptable Use Policy specifies the actions prohibited by CyrusOne.

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Colocation Data Center

A colocation data center, also called a carrier hotel, is a type of data center where colocation services are provided. It is a secure physical site or building where data communications media converge and are interconnected.

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Arizona Colocation

Arizona Colocation are facilities located in Arizona where a customer's server equipment is hosted by a data center provider.

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Data Center Management

Data Center Management refers to the role of individuals who are responsible for overseeing technical and IT issues within a data center. This includes computer and server operations, data entry, data security, data quality control and management of the services and applications used for data processing.

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Data Center Infrastructure

Data Center Infrastructure is the physical and organizational structures needed to operate a data center.

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Colocation Cabinets

Colocation Cabinets are secure, multi-compartment units specifically designed for a co-location environment. Colocation cabinets are field convertible from a 2-3 compartment configuration.

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Colocation Bandwidth

Colocation bandwidth refers to how much capacity a company has to transmit data on a network in a colocation center.

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Data Center Hosting

Data Center Hosting is provided by a facility that stores and maintains servers and applications for clients.  Data center hosting can help companies reduce capital expenditures and accelerate the implementation of technology with on-demand services.

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Colocation

Colocation is a type of data center hosting where the customer's server equipment is hosted at a data center facility. 

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Enterprise Hosting

Enterprise Hosting means outsourcing some or all of the enterprise software from service-providers who may also provide training, backup, and upgrade services.

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