Cost effective, reliable, and flexible would be an
accurate description of the goals of our co-location
services. Working with your IT personnel we develop
a custom co-location proposal for your business.
What is Server Co-location?
Co-location (sometimes spelled "colocation"
or "collocation") is the provision of space
for a customer's telecommunications equipment on the
service provider's premises. Specifically, a website
owner could place the site's own computer server on
the premises of the Internet service provider.
Are we the ideal co-location facility for your business?
If you're looking for a company that is easy to communicate
with, will customize its charges to meet the specific
space, data, and redundancy requirements of your business,
then the answer is yes.
|Features that we
provide with your co-location services (Some
may be excluded depending upon your custom proposal)
Rack Mounted and Floor Mounted
AC or DC Power
UPS (Uninterrupted power source) power backup
OC3 and DS3 backbone connection
Domain name (DNS) hosting
Technical Support (Hardware and some software)
Gas powered generator (14 days)
|Benefits of using
Lazerlink as your Co-location facility
Short-term contracts available
Flexibility to change with the
needs of your business
For businesses in Central Pennsylvania,
we are locally owned and operated
Is Co-location a better option for your business
than web hosting services?
Co-location can be a great model for some companies.
For others it can be beyond their core abilities. This
is a decision that Lazerlink can help you with. Here
are a couple of things that your company must have in
order for co-location to be the right service for your
business. First, your company must have a technical
contact who has the ability and desire to manage a web
server independently. Second, since co-location implies
that your business owns a web server, you must currently
own a server or be prepared to purchase one prior to
co-locating with Lazerlink Internet Services. Finally,
your technical representative must be able to diagnose
and maintain the hardware in your server. If your business
fits that brief description, click
here to request more info.
If your company does not meet any of these requirements,
then web hosting is the service
that you should be looking for.