Co-location

[satellite] Co-location is the placing of two or more geostationary communications satellites in orbit, in close proximity so that to reception equipment on the ground they `appear` to occupy a single orbital position. The technique as applied to a group of TV satellites from a single operator was pioneered by SES with the Astra satellites ...
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co-location

Most often used to refer to having a server that belongs to one person or group physically located on an Internet-connected network that belongs to another person or group. Usually this is done because the server owner wants their machine to be on a high-speed Internet connection and/or they do not want the security risks of having the server on th...
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Co-location

Sharing computers at a remote location to act as servers for more than one organisation. See server farms.
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