Solveforce Announces New Expansion of Colo Ethernet in San Diego, California

Every business must determine its data housing needs as it plans for growth. Collocation data centers are the first step in launching a solid business plan.

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San Diego, California (PRWEB) August 08, 2014

These facilities come in a variety of infrastructure, quality, and size depending upon each business's individualized need. Therefore, it is important to perform a needs analysis in order to make the best selection.

Like most things in business, data centers in San Diego come in three basic levels or classes. Each class has its own unique set of standards and services ranging from power, to size, and pricing. Businesses should research each class to decide which option fits the needs of the company at a specific moment in time.

The least specialized center is called Class C. These facilities would be categorized as the basic model. The location for the services are often small business complexes and do not offer the security that larger companies required. However, the price for Class C centers are quite affordable.

Small businesses in San Diego usually start with a Class C facility. Most small start up companies do not require a large amount of storage, and the most basic services frequently come with a smaller price package. Yet, a business is not locked in at the lowest level. As the company experiences growth, it can upgrade to the next class.

Data centers that are classified as Class B, are a step up in both price and quality. Class B centers will often provide on-site support for the business. What is not always advertised, however, is that the support is only available during normal business hours? (http://coloethernet.com/)

Another improvement from the lower model is air conditioning. Often, redundant air conditioning is also advertised. Each suite, though, may not be individually chilled. Many businesses do not find this a problem since they have no need of expansion at the time. The pricing is higher, but it is still reasonable enough for a business to control its output.

The highest quality data center is categorized as Class A. This group of facilities offers premium services which are bundled to include a variety of value. Premier services such as on-site service available every day of the year twenty-four hours a day, are a lure to larger companies looking for the professional certified staff members.

This caliber of facility is attractive due to the free services offered such as free unlimited IP addresses, free cross connects, and free remote hands services. They also provide redundant air conditioning in every room, back up power generators, and locking cabinets. All of these amenities are included in the pricing for class A centers. Each facility should provide a detailed list of what is included at this level of service. While most services are not itemized at this level, there are specific items that may not be standard.

While usually larger companies tend to gravitate towards Class A collocation data centers, every client should evaluate their needs multiple times throughout the business's life. However, the size of the company does not necessarily determine which level should be selected. Businesses can upgrade and downgrade their services depending upon what is needed at a specific point in time.

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