Colovore’s High Density Colocation Reviewed in Techtarget

Santa Clara CA: Colovore’s high density colocation solution has been reviewed in the article “Colo in the age of cloud” on TechTarget by Meredith Courtemanche. Just as every enterprise has different skillsets and goals, every market has different needs. For Silicon Valley-based Colovore, managed services aren’t as high priority as power and cooling density. The provider offers water-based cooling with … Read More

Colovore’s High Density Colocation – A Coming Shift

Santa Clara, CA: Colovore has been mentioned in Data Center Frontier article “The Density Debate: Is Cooling Door Adoption a Sign of Coming Shift?” According to Data Center Frontier, over the past decade, there have been numerous predictions of the imminent arrival of higher rack power densities. Yet extreme densities remain limited, primarily seen in high performance computing (HPC) and … Read More

Colovore adds Comcast, Cogent, and Silicon Valley Power connectivity

Santa Clara, Calif.,October 2, 2015 – Colovore Inc., Silicon Valley’s leader in high-density colocation services, today announced the addition of Comcast Internet Services, Cogent Communications and Silicon Valley Power’s (SVP) Fiber Enterprise Program to its carrier portfolio. This adds to the current ISP stable that includes XO, CenturyLink and AT&T, and provides a full range of connectivity solutions including dark … Read More

Please Join Us at Our Rack n' Roll Event

Brews n’ Bratwurst 3-6pm Thursday, September 10th Colovore and Racklive are Partnering. Come Join the Colocation Celebration!  Colovore and Racklive can deliver turnkey Rack n’ Roll data center services for high-performance, rapid deployments. See how Colovore supports Racklive’s fully populated server racks, up to 20kW each. Join us for a selection of craft beer, food, and friendly conversation. Looking forward … Read More

Colovore White Paper: Why 3-Phase Power in Colocation is Best

The operation of modern IT infrastructure at maximum computing capacity often requires significantly more electrical power and cooling per rack unit than previous generations. The reason for this is simple. The miniaturization and improved performance of server componentry has made converged, virtualized architectures more affordable and power-efficient. This has allowed disproportionately more computing power to be installed per server cabinet … Read More

Colovore Announces Strategic Investment from Digital Realty Trust

Rapidly-Emerging Silicon Valley Colo Operator Joining Forces with Leading Global Data Center Provider Santa Clara, CA — March 17, 2015 Colovore, the Bay Area’s leading provider of scalable, high-density colocation solutions, today announced that Digital Realty Trust, a leading global provider of data center and colocation services, has made a strategic investment in the company. As part of the transaction, … Read More

Clouds, Cores and Colo: The EC2 Tipping Point

The cloud provides companies with access to storage on-demand, cost-saving opportunities and flexibility. When the ability to rent operating systems and associated hardware was first introduced, it sent shock waves through the vendor community, which feared the buying power of new cloud giants eroding their margins. They reacted by providing more generous leasing options for their equipment. Now, public cloud … Read More

Colovore Continues Its Momentum With Significant Customer Wins

Colovore, Silicon Valley’s leading provider of high-density colocation solutions, announced today it has begun expansion of its data center facilities in response to strong customer growth. The company recently signed a large multi-million dollar contract with a global, publicly-traded provider of I.T. security services, deploying significant data center infrastructure at Colovore with average power densities of 15 kW per rack. … Read More

Public cloud vs. private cloud: It’s not just about cost

Colovore CTO and co-founder, Peter Harrison analyzes the often overlooked aspects of the public versus private cloud debate at Tech Radar. Quoted: As companies continue their pursuit of the cloud, they must face an existential IT question: should I own or lease my infrastructure? Put differently, as I move my IT capabilities to the cloud, should that cloud be private … Read More

Structure Research Begins Coverage of Colovore

Structure Research, a Toronto based independent research and consulting firm with a specific focus on the hosting and cloud segments within the Internet infrastructure market has started to cover Colovore. The firm is devoted to understanding, tracking and projecting the future of hosting and cloud infrastructure service providers. In a recent newsletter Structure Research had this to say about Colovore: … Read More