Mission critical data center colocation with convenient access from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey.
Data center colocation service provider centrally Located in Harrisburg, PA with easy access from Harrisburg, Hershey, Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chambersburg, Hanover, State College, York, Lancaster, Allentown, Gettysburg, Philadelphia, New Jersey, northern Maryland, Baltimore, and Washington DC.
Pay only for the resources you use with Flex Price from InfoQuest. Monthly datacenter colocation fees based upon actual power consumption, network activity, public IP addresses, and utilized rack space.
Your price will vary based upon actual resources used.
DATA CENTER LOCATION - HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA (PA)
Pennsylvania Datacenter Colocation conveniently located just east of Harrisburg, PA with easy access from Harrisburg, Hershey, Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chambersburg, Hanover, State College, York, Lancaster, Allentown, Gettysburg, Philadelphia, New Jersey, northern Maryland, Baltimore, and Washington DC.
DATACENTER COLOCATION ADD ON PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Dedicated network segment with direct connect to your firewall
Point-to-Point Metro Ethernet circuits
Tape backup and offsite data storage
Virtual machine replication for backup & recovery
Microsoft software licensing priced monthly for Windows Server
Microsoft software licensing priced monthly for SQL Server
Amazon Storage Gateway for data storage in Amazon S3 or Glacier
Citrix XenServer, XenApp, and XenDesktop
Citrix high availability virtual machines with automatic server fail-over
Datacenter collocation is an affordable alternative to building your own computer room. Our datacenter is built for redundancy in the areas of power, cooling, and Network. This redundancy means your equipment will always be on, located in a climate controlled environment, and accessible to you and your customers. Colocation is great for organizations interested in extending their own infrastructure or creating a hybrid offsite location for disaster recovery. Colocation provides a way for you to secure and protect your compute infrastructure and leverage the cost benefits of owning hardware. With collocation you know where your equipment is located and have physical access to the equipment at all times. Additionally, you have access to an on-site professional IT staff that’s available to assist any time.
Datacenter Colocation and Cloud Computing are basically the same. They both provide a way to run applications on servers that reside in physical buildings “Datacenters” connected to the Internet or private data networks. These Datacenters, whether Colocation facilities like InfoQuest or Cloud services like Amazon AWS, are built with a focus on data redundancy, security, cooling capacity, and uninterrupted power. Cloud computing environments like Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and others are gaining in popularity. These environments offer a way to consume virtual computer resources, disk storage, and application software in the “cloud” without having to purchase or manage physical computers.The key benefit of Cloud environments is they require no hardware investment, provide developers with the ability scale their compute resources up or down real-time, and build redundancy into their applications.Those benefits do however come at a considerable cost. Unlike Cloud Computing, in which you provision virtual resources on someone else’s equipment, Datacenter colocation allows you to place equipment you already own in a Colocation facility. For organizations that don’t need massive scale-ability and infinite redundancy, Colocation offers a considerable cost savings. The price of purchasing hardware and colocating that hardware in a Datacenter is significantly lower for most organizations then utilizing the same resources in a Cloud environment.
Fully escorted access to the InfoQuest Datacenter is available to Co-location customers at all times. An InfoQuest representative will meet you upon arrival, check your security credentials, document your visit, and provide you with access to your equipment. If vendors require access to equipment in your absence, you must coordinated those visits in advance through InfoQuest.
Yes. InfoQuest offers both private Internet and point-to-point circuits for private use. A number of carriers have established a presence in the InfoQuest Datacenter to facilitate these requests. Point-to-point circuits are a common way for organizations to create high speed data links between their office and the InfoQuest Datacenter.
PROFESSIONAL 24x7x365 SUPPORT
Professional InfoQuest Support
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Since 1994, customers indicate the #1 reason they selected InfoQuest was the recommendation of a friend or associate based on our reputation for fast courteous technical support, service availability and performance.