Colocation Services

Lifeline’s colocation services provide secure and reliable data center hosting solutions for business and government entities of all sizes. If you choose, with Lifeline’s colocation services, you can receive data center outsourcing and managed colocation solutions, offering a range of colocation services options to meet your specific needs. As a leading colocation services provider in Indianapolis, Indiana, we understand the importance of uptime and reliability, which is why we offer comprehensive data center solutions to ensure that your critical systems are always available when you need them.

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Data Center Hosting

Lifeline’s data center hosting services include patented power and cooling deliverability, state-of-the-art security features, such as multi-factor authentication and 24/7 surveillance, to protect your sensitive data and ensure compliance with industry standards. Lifeline Data Centers offers flexible data center hosting solutions that can be customized to your specific requirements, whether you need a single server or multiple racks of equipment. With Lifeline’s managed data center hosting, our expert team can provide hands-on support for your hardware, including installation, configuration, and ongoing maintenance and monitoring. When you partner with Lifeline for your colocation needs, you can rest assured that you'll have access to the latest data center outsourcing solutions and technology. Our private cage and rack space data center outsourcing options are designed to be scalable and cost-effective, allowing you to easily add capacity as your business grows and changes. As a leading colocation provider, and firmly located in the Midwest, Lifeline is committed to providing the highest level of service and support to our clients, helping you to maximize the value of your IT infrastructure while minimizing downtime and risk.

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Managed Colocation

Lifeline’s managed colocation services provide your business with the flexibility of colocating your servers and networking equipment in a world-class, third-party data center while also receiving management and support services that fit your company’s needs. Let Lifeline’s managed colocation take care of the day-to-day management and maintenance of the data center infrastructure, allowing your company to focus on its core business operations.

Rack Space Hosting

Lifeline’s rack space hosting services offer businesses a cost-effective and scalable solution for hosting their IT infrastructure, while also receiving comprehensive management and support services. By partnering with Lifeline Data Centers, businesses can reduce their capital expenses, minimize their IT staff requirements, and focus on their core business operations, all while maintaining control over their IT infrastructure. Rack space hosting with Lifeline is your company’s easy button.

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Colocation Provider

Companies that choose Lifeline Data Centers as their colocation provider vastly reduce their capital expenses and IT staff requirements, while also benefiting from the high levels of security, power redundancy, and network connectivity that are only available at Lifeline Data Centers facilities. With Lifeline as your colocation provider, your business can focus on its core operations, knowing that your IT infrastructure is housed in a secure and reliable environment.

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History of Colocation

Colocation, also known as "colo", is a practice of housing privately-owned servers and networking equipment in a third-party data center, like Lifeline Data Centers. The history of colocation dates back to the early days of the internet and the rise of the World Wide Web in the mid-1990s. In the 1990s, third-party data centers were often referred to as Internet Data Centers, because the primary purpose of colocating compute equipment was to access large amounts of Internet bandwidth.

As businesses and organizations began to establish an online presence, they quickly realized the need for reliable, secure, and high-performance data center facilities to host their IT infrastructure. Many businesses lacked the resources to build and maintain their own data centers, and colocation emerged as a solution to this challenge.

The first colocation providers were small, independent data center operators that offered rack space, power, and network connectivity to customers. These early colocation providers were often located in major metropolitan areas and served a range of clients, from small startups to large enterprises.

As the internet and e-commerce continued to grow in the late 1990s and early 2000s, colocation providers expanded their services to include a range of value-added services, such as managed hosting, disaster recovery, and cloud computing. This allowed customers to outsource more of their IT infrastructure to third-party providers, reducing their capital expenses and freeing up resources to focus on core business operations.

Today, colocation remains a popular choice for businesses and organizations of all sizes, as it offers a range of benefits, including cost savings, scalability, reliability, and security. Colocation providers, like Lifeline Data Centers, continue to innovate and expand their services to meet the evolving needs of customers, and the industry is expected to continue growing in the coming years.

In addition to Lifeline’s colocation services, Lifeline has also been active in the community, supporting local charities and organizations and promoting economic development in the areas where it operates. The company has been recognized for its philanthropic efforts, including being named the Corporate Philanthropy Partner of the Year by the Indiana Business Journal.

Today, Lifeline Data Centers is a leading provider of data center services, serving a range of customers, from small startups to Fortune 500 companies. The company continues to innovate and expand its colocation services, while maintaining its commitment to delivering high-quality, reliable, and secure data center solutions.

Other terms:

  1. Colocation services: The provider offers secure rack space, power, and network connectivity to customers for their IT infrastructure.
  2. Remote hands: The provider offers onsite support services for customers, such as hardware installation, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  3. Monitoring and management: The provider monitors and manages the data center infrastructure, including power, cooling, and network connectivity, to ensure optimal performance and uptime.
  4. Security: The provider implements robust security measures, including access controls, surveillance cameras, and 24/7 security monitoring, to protect customers' IT infrastructure from physical and cyber threats.
  5. Disaster recovery: The provider offers disaster recovery solutions, including backup and recovery services, to ensure that customers can quickly recover from any data loss or downtime.
  6. Compliance: The provider ensures that its data center facilities meet the highest standards for compliance, including HIPAA, PCI DSS, and SOC 2 Type II, to give customers peace of mind that their data is secure and compliant.
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