Enterprises looking to future proof their IT strategy with connectivity to the cloud.
Colt DCS offers rack-based solutions across its portfolio of global data centres – ideal for customers that are moving to hybrid cloud, need access to large public cloud providers, entry into a new market or that are looking to offload risk, and want Colt DCS to simplify the running of the data centre environment.
Our rack-based solutions support high and low-density requirements, and can be deployed in a number of days. Customers can choose their requirements for cabinet security, connectivity and additional services including remote hands. Our flexible terms and conditions mean you only pay for what you need, and can scale up and down along with your business’s needs.
Your company’s data centre requirements need to adapt to new technologies and changing business requirements. That is why we have built flexibility into every aspect of our proposition. We offer a wide range of colocation solutions, leveraging our modular designs for customised – and simplified – services delivered with flexible and transparent commercial solutions.
Colt DCS has more than 20 years’ experience in delivering best-in-class data centres. We are a pioneer of modular, flexible design and operation of highly resilient and efficient data centres.
Flexibility and scale is increasingly important in an age where some applications that are here today could be gone tomorrow, while others will proliferate and require room to grow in the data centre and across geographies. Our ability to cater for this movement is one of the reasons customers choose Colt DCS.
Fixed or metered power pricing (or a hybrid between the two)
The ability to scale up and down with power or footprint
High and low density options side by side
The ability to migrate workloads and undertake workload management requirements
Ability to scale up on flexible contracts with options for right of first refusal
Buyers of colocation services are now commonly interested in far more than simply letting space. In addition to traditional facility differentiators (eg: power density and resilience), other services, such as interconnection capabilities and managed services, enable colocation to play a more strategic role in global infrastructure delivery and network design. Simply complete and submit this form*, and you will have access to this industry leading report from Gartner.
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