Data Center Orlando | Colo Solutions

build an IT infrastructure that fuels growth

Physical Data Center, Virtual Dedicated servers, Bare Metal, private cloud, virtual desktops

OUR CORE SERVICES

DATA CENTER SERVICES

Colo Solutions is a Tier 3 N+1 SOC Audited facility that provides immediately available, infrastructure rich, raised floor environment that caters to enterprises who expect no downtime. Customers throughout North America receive AC and DC Power (A&B feed) fed by dual entry electrical utility feeds that are backed up by 2N generator farm.

Interconnectivity

At Colo Solutions, we have partnered with the best carriers in the industry, enabling you to choose only from the best and deploy your services and projects in a well-rounded, globally-distributed environment. We provide fiber and copper cross connects to your preferred provider as well as offer BGP blend Direct Internet Access with redundant channels for guaranteed uptime.

PRIVATE CLOUD SERVICES

We supplement our physical data center with virtual data center services including bare metal, managed dedicated or shared servers, as well as virtual desktop infrastructure for businesses with line-of-business applications that are a challenge in most public cloud environments.  Minimize costs as your business grows while leveraging your compute needs in a robust virtual infrastructure.

VIRTUAL DESKTOPS

Access your workspace from anywhere with our powerful virtual desktop service and perform all the tasks you need from any device at any time. Enhanced security for each of your endpoint users ensures safety from potential intrusions to your network.

Secure Your Deployment with N+1 Data Center Services

Disaster Recovery

Our data center services are powered by redundant (N+1) generators and UPS backup systems, ensuring your business is always up and running. In case of an attack or data loss, you can store your data on our off-site backup servers to ensure maximum protection.

Security and Monitoring

We use real-time security and monitoring systems in our facility, including dual-factor authentication for access, a mantrap at the facility entrance, and uniquely-keyed locking cabinets. We also have advanced 24/7 HVAC, smoke, heat, and fire monitoring.

Compliance

Our data center is certified in business critical measurements: SOC 1, SOC 2, HIPAA, and PCI DSS, which are audited by a third party.

Connectivity

Our data center customers are always connected through our carrier-neutral data center that houses all national carriers, including AT&T, Lumen, Centurylink, Level3, Crown Castle Fiber, FPL Fibernet, Verizon, Brighthouse Networks and Spectrum Enterprise, accessible via a cross-connect or through our BGP direct internet access.

Hands and Eyes Tech Support

Take advantage of our responsive and skilled technical team. Whether it’s tackling on-site problems or handling routine tasks, such as a basic server reset or advanced troubleshooting, our experienced staff is here to provide efficient solutions to meet your needs.

Established Business - Since 1997

The longest running carrier-neutral data center in central Florida.  We are an industry staple in the colocation space.

COLOCATION PRICING

12U SERVER CABINET
PARTIAL RACK COLOCATION

$399 / month
  • 12U Locking Rack Cabinet
  • 1 Kilowatt Power
  • Power fed from two independent UPS
  • 100 Mbps of Internet (BGP Blend)
  • /29 - IPv4 Address
  • 24 x 7 Site Access
  • SOC 1, SOC 2, PCI, HIPAA
  • Flexible Term Options

42U SERVER CABINET
FULL RACK COLOCATION

$999 / month
  • 42U Locking Rack Cabinet
  • 3 Kilowatts Power
  • Power fed from two independent UPS
  • 100 Mbps of Internet (BCP Blend)
  • /28 - IPv4 Address with Redundant Gateway
  • 24 x 7 Site Access
  • SOC 1, SOC 2, PCI, HIPAA
  • Flexible Term Options

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