Colocation data center facilities have become popular alternatives to proprietary options for several key reasons. These include: core competency, access to cost-efficient expertise, moving OPEX to CAPEX, and flexibility and scalability.
As more businesses gravitate toward these and other benefits of colocation services, they must adequately assess their prospective provider’s ability to supply tenancy at a relatively low total cost of ownership, and in compliance with service-level agreements.
To this end, this paper provides a list of core evaluations to make as you consider how to fulfill your enterprises' data requirements. The considerations outlined fully in the report include location, annualized power usage efficiency, concurrent maintainability, sustainability and track record.
At the end of the day, customers need to make a determination of how much faith they’re going to put into the facility. There is no more powerful metric or benchmark than a track record that demonstrates credibility and success in the industry.
Download the new report from Sabey Data Centers to lean more about key considerations to take into account when picking a colocation data center facility right for your business.