Dallas Colocation is a popular search term for companies looking for a data center or mission-critical colocation facility in the Dallas area, including Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, and North Texas suburbs like Plano, Richardson and Garland.
From the Design District and Medical district just off Stemmons Freeway to the Telecom Corridor along Central Expressway in Richardson, the Dallas area is home to a number of Fortune 500 companies. It’s also an ideal location for data centers, thanks in part to its limited risk of earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires. A number of data centers, including cloud providers and colocation facilities, are located in and around Dallas, serving industries ranging from banking and financial services to healthcare and insurance.
Dallas colocation providers offer plentiful energy supplies, along with on-site features that may include:
- Security (biometrics and video surveillance)
- Around-the-clock, fully redundant power
- Up to 2N uninterruptible power systems (UPS)
- On-site diesel-powered generators
- High-density power handling
- N+1 cooling
- Computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units
- Technology-neutral network with access to multiple carriers
- Multilayered security and monitoring systems
- 24/7 staffing to assist with smart hands and remote hands services