Data Center Telecom Armenia - Collocation TIER III
Our state-of-the-art data center adheres meticulously to TIER III international standards, ensuring seamless equipment setup without disrupting server operations. Our extensive service portfolio includes equipment placement, equipment rental, virtual server rentals, backup solutions, and robust DDoS protection. We prioritize flexibility, tailoring our pricing structure to match your unique technical requirements.
At our facility, you'll find the perfect environment for your IT infrastructure, with cutting-edge technology and adherence to international norms guaranteeing top-tier performance and reliability. Whether you're seeking to house your own equipment, rent hardware, utilize virtual servers, safeguard critical data through backups, or fortify your online presence against DDoS attacks, we have tailored solutions to meet your specific needs.
Our commitment to excellence extends to our pricing structure, which ensures that you pay only for the services and resources you require. Experience a data center that empowers your business with cutting-edge technology, compliance with global standards, and a customer-centric approach to service delivery.
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Colocation facilities provide robust physical security measures, including access control systems, biometric authentication, surveillance cameras, and security personnel to protect your equipment from unauthorized access.
Redundant Power Infrastructure
Data centers offer redundant power sources, backup generators, and uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) to ensure continuous electricity supply, minimizing the risk of downtime due to power outages.
High-Speed Network Connectivity
Colocation providers offer access to high-speed, carrier-neutral network connections with multiple internet service providers (ISPs) to ensure reliable and low-latency network access.
Precision cooling systems maintain optimal temperature and humidity levels within the facility, preventing overheating and ensuring the longevity of your equipment.
Colocation data centers typically provide Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with uptime guarantees, ensuring that your equipment remains operational and minimizing disruptions.
Colocation services allow for easy scalability of IT infrastructure. You can add or remove servers and networking equipment as your business needs change without the limitations of an on-premises data center.
Colocation eliminates the need for businesses to invest in and manage their own data center facilities, reducing capital expenditures and ongoing operational costs.
Disaster Recovery Solutions
Many colocation providers offer disaster recovery services, including data backup, off-site storage, and failover options, ensuring data integrity and business continuity.
24/7 Support and Monitoring
Data center staff provides round-the-clock monitoring and technical support, responding to issues promptly and ensuring the stability and security of your equipment within the facility.
If you haven't found the answer you're seeking, our dedicated support team is here to assist you. Feel free to reach out with your inquiries before embarking on your digital journey.
Colocation hosting is a service where businesses place their own servers and networking equipment in a data center facility. The data center provides the infrastructure, including power, cooling, security, and internet connectivity, while the client maintains and manages their own hardware.
Colocation offers greater control and customization of server hardware and software compared to shared or dedicated hosting. It's ideal for businesses that require specific hardware configurations, security, and compliance needs.
Benefits include enhanced security, redundant power and connectivity, reduced IT infrastructure costs, scalability, and access to a data center's advanced facilities and expertise.
Colocation facilities typically have robust physical security measures in place, including surveillance, access control, and security personnel. Additionally, clients can implement their security measures for their servers.
Colocation can be a cost-effective solution for small businesses that need reliable infrastructure and don't want to invest in building and maintaining their data centers.
In colocation, you provide and manage your server hardware, while in dedicated hosting, the hosting provider supplies the server hardware, and you manage the software and applications.