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  • A building or portion of a building whose primary function is to house a computer room and its support areas with guaranteed regulated power (full back up), a high bandwidth Internet connection, physical and network security, besides 24x7 monitoring and full technical support.
  • The main functions of a data center are to centralize and consolidate information technology (IT) resources, house network operations, facilitate e-business and to provide uninterrupted service to mission-critical data processing operations.
  • A data center (sometimes spelled datacenter) is a centralized repository, either physical or virtual, for the storage, management, and dissemination of data and information organized around a particular body of knowledge or pertaining to a particular business.
  • Data centers can be classified as either enterprise (private) data centers or co-location (co-lo)/hosting (public) data centers. Enterprise data centers are privately owned and operated by private corporate, institutional or government entities. Enterprise data centers support internal data transactions and processing, as well as Web Services and are supported and managed by internal IT support. Co-lo data centers are owned and operated by telcos or unregulated competitive service providers and offer outsourced IT services.
  • Services that data centers typically provide include Internet access, application or Web hosting, content distribution, file storage and backup, database management, fail-safe power, HVAC controls, security and high-performance cabling infrastructure.
  • The National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), for example, is a public data center that maintains the world's largest archive of weather information. A private data center may exist within an organization's facilities or may be maintained as a specialized facility.
  • According to Carrie Higbie, of Global Network Applications, every organization has a data center, although it might be referred to as a server room or even a computer closet. In that sense, data center may be synonymous with network operations center (NOC), a restricted access area containing automated systems that constantly monitor server activity, Web traffic, and network performance.
  • Even if IT is your core business, setting up your own data center or computer room is an expensive proposition both in terms of money, time and deployment of human resources. Apart from the high capital costs, there are the high day-to-day management costs. Routinely adding new services or upgrading to the latest technology is also not feasible. In this scenario, it makes sense to outsource this service to a co-location, carrier-neutral data center.
  • Co-location means that you rent specific space to house your servers along with the servers of other companies in a common physical location. Each company's equipment is physically secured inside a lockable wire cage or a cabinet. Co-location offers you the flexibility to upscale (or even downscale) your technology and requirements as your business grows (or slows down), without having to make repeated capital investments.
  • When you enter into a co-location agreement with us, you pay a much lower annual fee and are assured of a high level of services without the bother.
  • Benefits of co-location include: Cost savings in the range of 20%-70% , Better utilization of space you are using for an in-house data center, Freedom to focus on your core competencies and not worry about your IT infrastructure. You also get a 24x7 help desk to contact in case of any trouble. Overall, a carrier-neutral co-location data center makes sound, long-term business sense for your company especially if your core business is not IT.
  • A data center like ours provides you with the best services without the accompanying hassles of owning and operating such a facility. The GoC spends more than $820 million per year on the management of data centres and delivery of data centre services in support of government programs and services. For the last 10 years the GoC has been studying ways to reduce IT costs and improve service delivery.
  • Data centers contain many network transmission protocols for communication between electronic equipment. Ethernet and Fibre Channel are the dominant networks, with Ethernet providing a local area network (LAN) between users and computing infrastructure while Fibre Channel provides connections between servers and storage to create a storage area network (SAN).

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