Data colocation refers to data center services provided to businesses to power & cool their servers, storage, networking and other computing devices. The data colocation facility leases server cabinets and cages, enables connections to its network & physical infrastructure, and provides optional services such as structured cabling, server monitoring, remote support and hardware leasing to the user. Colocation data centers usually serve as a bridge between on-premises and on-cloud data centers. It also helps organization in saving time, cost and disturbances of on-premises data centers which demand constant maintenance. The major driving factor for growth of data colocation market is its ability to provide access to managed security or hosting servers, central data storage, backups, firewalls, fire suppression systems, and environmental controls and the reduce the hassle of on-premises data centers that require constant maintenance, power, and cooling, to support the IT equipment. Data colocation also enables the organizations to increase their business potential by focusing on their core business and reducing their capabilities in recovery of catastrophes.