Managing on-premises data center infrastructure requires your organization to have skilled IT teams, follow industry and regulatory standards, and direct capital investment for the day to day costs associated with primary and backup power, cooling, security, et cetera.
WIA colocation services empower you to overcome these challenges by enabling you to deploy and manage your infrastructure in our best-in-class facilities. Using our colocation services listed below enables you to eliminate the capital costs associated of running the physical aspects of your data center while maintaining control of your servers, storage, network, and security.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Colocation is the practice of housing privately-owned servers and networking equipment in a third-party data center.
A data center is a building or group of buildings used to house computer systems and associated support components, such as network equipment, redundant power infrastructure, security devices, and storage systems.
Yes you can visit our data centers is a guided tour. Click here to schedule your visit.
A Tier III data center is a location with redundant and dual-powered compute servers, redundant storage, network links, and other associated support components.
A data center is said to be carrier-neutral if a customer can order cross connections or communications services from any existing service provider.
Yes, less than 1.6 hours annually.
Remote hands are a series of on-site, physical IT management, and maintenance services provided by WIA to our colocation clients.