Co-location facility refers to a physical data center hosting facility allowing customers to deploy their own servers, storage hardware powered by Internet bandwidth, backup power, networks, electricity and other services generally required in a data center. Generally speaking, co-location facilities in Singapore are built capitalize on the economies of scale which achieved through power, disaster resistant facilities and shared bandwidth. In co-location facilities, customers own the server and related hardware, all other services will be based on a monthly billing cycle.
Co-location providers will make their services available in two ways. The customer will need to buy hardware and bring … Read More