Colocation and Managed Hosting Services Provider ColoServe adds CAT6 Cabling

September 27, 2006
September 27, 2006 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – Colocation and managed hosting services provider ColoServe ( has upgraded its facility by adding CAT6 cabling, the company announced recently. The upgrade is part of a major project to rewire ColoServe’s entire San Francisco data center and enables ColoServe’s San Francisco colocation customers to connect to dedicated servers offered by ServePath - ColoServe’s parent company. The changes also enable Coloserve customers to request up to 10 gigabytes per second (Gbps) Internet connectivity without specialized equipment.

“ColoServe is a forward-thinking company, which is why we made the decision to upgrade to CAT6,” suggested John Keagy, President of ColoServe. “CAT6 supports communications at more than twice the speed of CAT5e, which is a huge advantage to our customers.”

ColoServe’s data center now supports next generation Internet applications such as IPTV. “No other provider can offer customers both colocation services and dedicated servers in one facility,” added Mr. Keagy. “This is a huge advantage to customers because it allows us to quickly configure and deploy, sometimes in a day or two, solutions that might take other providers months to prepare. And with the superior performance of CAT6, our customers can be assured of receiving the highest possible speed available for their applications.”

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