Co-Location Agreement Template

This co-location agreement is designed for companies providing co-location facilities – licensing space and/or unit space for their own computer, network and/or telecommunications equipment of companies, as well as access to electricity, security, maintenance and telecommunications. The main provisions of this comprehensive document concern the co-location services themselves, the maintenance and repair of the client`s hosted equipment, optional additional services and the client`s obligations. Important variables in the model, such as the exact nature of the co-location services, the details of the customer`s equipment, the details of the service provider`s facilities and the fees paid for the co-location services are all comfortably placed in a number of schedules at the end of the agreement. These should be completed with care and contain as much detail as possible. A model of agreement between the ILO and a co-owner of the system, which defines the conditions and expectations of service between the two parties. A variety of optional items appear in this model, and among the most important are those that are repairing and maintaining the customer`s devices. Depending on the choice, it is the client`s or service provider`s business. Options should be selected with caution. No credit, authorization or co-location agreement used by the company or its subsidiaries on July 9, 2013 has expired or has not been terminated.

The use of this document should take into account a number of important factors related to service delivery. These factors include the level of services provided, response times to technical problems, downtime (planned and unplanned) and repairs and maintenance. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and Google`s privacy rules and terms of use apply. Billing from May 1, 2013, if the device is fully installed before that date. The email address cannot be subscribed. Please, do it again. The term “property” refers to the building and property, the entire terrain, as well as all related equipment, rights, privileges and facilities, including, but not limited, elevators, stairs, corridors, entrances, rest areas, sidewalks, sidewalks, streets, entrances, loading ramps, cafeteria, parking and other similar or related equipment (together “common spaces”), as may exist in and around the building and property. Section 1.2 Original Co-Location Agreement.


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