The Advantages Of Colocation And Hyperscale Data Centers

by Kristen White Blogger
A data center is a building or group of buildings where computers, servers, and storage systems exist along with cooling and power systems, telecommunication and networking systems. Business enterprises rent space at data centers to store the data they generate in their day-to-day activities. 

A multi-tenant data center is known as colocation or colo. Companies are now building huge data centers to cater to the storage needs of numerous enterprises. That is where the term ‘hyperscale’ comes into the picture. The ability to expand and provide more space and systems to the clients at the existing data center is known as hyperscale. Hyperscaling means to scale and expand efficiently, quickly, and on a vast basis. 

The best hyperscale data center offers the following benefits to its clients making it more popular and desired than others in the market. 

The lowest costs on power
  • The data center charges less compared to others in the market. 
The lowest costs on taxes
  • It offers tax benefits. 
The lowest natural disaster risk
  • The data centers are located away from zones marked for natural disasters. 
The highest resiliency
  • It can recover very quickly from any threat and provides continuous access to the data stored by enterprises. 
Reduced operational costs
Economies of scale
  • The cost of renting a data center is much less compared to building one specifically for an enterprise.  
Best and advanced telecommunication systems
  • When the data center has a business relationship with the telecommunication companies, they can offer the services for around 35-60% less than the original price. Businesses can offer  advanced features for a reduced cost. 
Cloud System 
  • Enterprises can take advantage of private, public, or hybrid cloud environments that suit the requirements of their business. 
Continuous innovation and development
Empower the Energy sector
  • Using global technology to save natural resources and find alternate sources of renewable energy is one of the key aspects of the best colocation data center
  • Using artificial intelligence with industry-leading hardware to create new green energy to sustain the power requirements of the data center helps save our natural resources. 
Physical Security
  • Tier 5 Platinum Standard Facility is the latest and most flexible standard facility when compared to Tier 4. 
  • Maximum importance has been given to keeping the data center secure by having a seven-layer security system.
  • The walls are made from inflammable materials and are windowless. 
  • The doors are reinforced with steel for extra protection.
  • Each of the servers and racks are individually securable. 
Cooling and Power Systems 
  • The pollution outside can be detected and the temperatures inside can be adjusted. 
  • Permanently installed monitor in the energy storage system.
  • Both A & B power stays online during 90% of site maintenance. 
  • The dual roofs are independently repairable and replaceable. 

Colocations are a great way to store vast amounts of data, including files, documents and important contracts. The  risk of losing your data is greatly reduced because of the many types of protection put in place. With an uninterrupted power supply and cloud services, your employees can work anytime and from any location. 

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