Colocation pricing models can be confusing and difficult to decipher. They can often cause you to underestimate the true cost of the power in your colocation facility.
Though traditional retail and wholesale colocation pricing models imply affordable contractual pricing for power, in practice customers often end up paying more than $350-400 per KW. This is far more than initial expectations and budgetary pricing. In most cases, charges for items unrelated to actual power consumption and not utilizing the full amount of power you’ve contracted are the principal reasons for the higher actual costs.
Alternative pricing models can be used to reduce your colo costs considerably while improving IT scalability.
With wall-to-wall power densities of 20 kW per rack and a pay-as-you-go pricing model, Colovore provides the most scalable and cost-effective colocation environment in the Bay Area.
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