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As companies try to increase profitability by concentrating on their central business and by shedding peripheral functions— often including IT-related tasks—colocation is a potential beneficiary. Because they handle power, connectivity, cooling and other functions, colocation providers give customers a means of reducing capital costs as well as eliminating the various hassles of running a data center. BY JEFFREY R CLARK PhD THE DATA CENTER JOURNAL | 3

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