Closet to Colocation
Make the move to US Signal's Detroit Metro Data Center and Save!
A colocation data center, sometimes called a "colo," is a data center facility that leases rack, cabinet, cage, and/or room space to house other businesses' servers and computing hardware. Shifting your business's IT load from an onsite closet or room to a state-of-the-art colocation data center offers many benefits, including energy and cost savings.
Shifting your onsite IT load to a colocation data center offers your business numerous benefits, including:
Peace of Mind
US Signal's Detroit Metro Data Center has state-of-the-art cooling, power, bandwidth, physical security, and redundancy systems, which means your servers and data storage equipment will be housed in an environment designed for exceptional reliability.
Lower Monthly Costs
When you consider the cost of heating, cooling, power, equipment, physical security systems, and staffing, most businesses find that the monthly cost of a colocation data center is far less than maintaining or building an onsite facility. Plus, the cost is predictable, allowing you to more accurately budget your IT needs.
Most of the expenses associated with maintaining or building an onsite data center are energy-centric. One way to eliminate those energy costs and reduce your businesses' overall energy use is by shifting it offsite to a colocation data center.
Fewer Technical Staff
US Signal data centers are staffed to install equipment, replace components, run cables, and perform various technical services, so your business won't require a large IT staff.
If your business grows, expanding your equipment at a colocation facility won't require the extensive costs, permits, or construction of an onsite center. Instead, US Signal makes the expansion process fast and seamless.
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*Participants must be current DTE Energy customers and provide current equipment storage and HVAC information. Average customer savings of $1,300, rebates vary based on Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE). Rebates reviewed, approved, and provided by DTE Energy. Some exclusions apply.