Data Center Colocation

Data center colocation offers networks that integrate distinct public, private, and internal management networks to deliver lower total networking costs, better access, and higher speed. No two cloud networks are built the same. Texas Matrix offers you a data center directory to choose the highest performing cloud infrastructures available. Many of the data centers within this colocation network are API driven, deployed on demand, and billed hour-to-hour or month-to-month.

Compare various colocation data centers for Server Cages, Rack Cabinets, Dedicated Servers, Virtual Servers, Cloud Servers, or Remote Hands. Texas Matrix offers you valuable information to choose the right cloud network for your needs. There is much more to building and operating a data center than filling a room up with servers. Every aspect of a data center—from power density and redundancy, to capacity and cooling, and location and accessibility—is designed to guarantee its security, resiliency, and efficiency.

Data centers maintain multiple power feeds, fiber links, dedicated generators, and battery backup. They are built from industry-leading hardware and equipment, ensuring the highest level of performance, reliability, and interoperability. Through automation, rigorous and audited controls, around the clock security, and limited server room access, every data center is hardened against physical intrusion.



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Data Center Colocation