virtual colocation

Definition

Electronics

  • The interconnection of the equipment of a customer or competitor to the facilities of a telecommunications company, without such equipment being within a physical location of the latter. This has benefits such as reducing the cost of operations, or being able to provide superior service. Used, for instance, by telephone companies or Internet providers. Also called colocation (2).
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