High Performance Colocation for High Performance Computing
We make it easy to deploy, optimize, and scale your HPC and IT infrastructure at our high-density liquid data center in Silicon Valley
At Colovore, say goodbye to data center waste and hello to IT footprint optimization.
Our wall-to-wall power densities of 35 kW per cabinet, pay-by-the-kW pricing model, and awesome team of IT infrastructure professionals onsite enable you to:
35 kW of power and robust liquid cooling in every cabinet across the entire data center floor means you pack all your racks full. No more wasted, unusable rack or cage space.
At 1 kW per RU, your HPC infrastructure needs a home specifically engineered to support its intense power and cooling requirements. You can’t race a Ferrari on a go-kart track!
35 kW means you have lots of power and cooling within your rack to grow into, as opposed to growing out by adding more racks and floorspace. Scaling is a breeze, not a hassle.
Our pay-by-the-kW pricing model allows you to pay only for what you are consuming and deploying in fewer racks means you save on unnecessary top of rack switches, cabling, and cabinet expenses.
Our experienced onsite team of IT infrastructure and networking experts becomes part of your support team at no cost. We’ve got your back and help you succeed, worry-free, 24-7.
All data centers are not created equal.
Legacy, low-density colocation facilities lead you to I.T. waste and pain.
Colovore’s high-density facility leads you to I.T. nirvana.
1101 Space Park Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Sean has been leading and managing colocation facilities and data centers in the Bay Area since 1997. Prior to co-founding Colovore, Sean was VP of Operations at Evocative, Inc, a leading retail colocation provider in the Bay Area and winner of numerous Inc. 5000 awards for its impressive growth. Sean ran all day-to-day sales and operations activities. Prior to Evocative, Sean founded and ran Emerytech Data Center, and served as Western Region Operations Manager for both Navisite and Colo.com. Sean started his career at Pacific Bell, managing multiple central offices in San Francisco.