Server Colocation at SDC
Colocation allows a customer to store a machine in SDC Internet's
(SDC's) network operations center (NOC) to gain access to SDC's
high speed network connection.
- The customer's equipment will reside at SDC's offices in
Socorro, New Mexico. This Agreement is for one computer system and
associated peripherals. The computer will be attached to SDC's
network via one port of a 10/100/1000baseT ethernet switch.
- Customer must provide insurance for their equipment. SDC's
office is protected by a monitored alarm system, however SDC bears
no responsibility for losses due to theft, fire, or other damage.
- Access to Customer equipment is provided during SDC's regular
business hours of 8 AM to 12 PM, 1 PM to 5:00 PM Monday -
Friday. Access during nighttime or holiday hours can be arranged
by appointment or by emergency pager. Repeated access during
non-regular business hours will incurr a charge.
- If desired, SDC will provide monitoring services for Customer's
equipment via the PING protocol. If an error condition arises, SDC
personnel will be paged to call the Customer.
- The Colocation Agreement does not include system administration
services. At the Customer's request, an SDC employee can reboot or
power cycle the Customer's system. Unix or other system
administration services are available at SDC's standard consulting
- 1 IP address will be provided per Customer machine.
The one-time installation fee for Colocation service is
$150.00. The monthly charge for Colocation service is based
on the total amount of data transfered to and from the Customer's
equipment. Traffic is measured at the gateway. For billing purposes
SDC will use incoming and outgoing number of bytes transferred based
on the following:
|Monthly Traffic Charges
|0 to 200 GB
* GB is Gigabyte = 1024*1024*1024 bytes
** The system is not connected to an SDC switch and is not assigned
a routable IP address.
If you have any further question about server colocation, or
would like to receive a colocation customer contract, please email