Glossary

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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Colocation Facility

A Colocation facility is an environmentally-controlled, secure building with 24 hour monitoring, uninterruptible power supply, available internet connectivity, and required amounts of cooling for servers. Businesses often use colocation facilities to store their primary and secondary IT infrastructure, as well as for storing data in an off-site location.

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Colocation Provider

A colocation provider is a datacenter enabling clients to place their server machine in the supplier's rack and share their bandwidth as the supplier's own.

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Colocation Services

Colocation Services are solutions provided data center client's that help secure, maintain, and run servers and applications.

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Cross Connect Solutions

Cross Connect Solutions offers datacenter environments to accommodate small, medium or enterprise-class customers who need space for growth and power on-demand in a high-bandwidth, accessible facility.

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Data Backup Service

A Data Backup Service is a solution offered by a company to restore original data that has been lost after a data loss event.

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Data Breach

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Data Center

A Data Center is a facility used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems.

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Data Center Chiller

A Data Center Chiller is a cooling system used in a data center to remove heat from one element and deposit it into another element.

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Data Center Cooling

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