All our servers are located in off-shore datacenters where multiple multi-gigabit connections to various Tier 1 bandwidth providers are. With multiple state-of-the art data centers located in Dallas and Houston, Texas, we have On Demand IT Infrastructure backed by complete redundancy in power, HVAC, fire suppression, network connectivity, and security. So if any of our data centers experiences a disruption for any reason, our eggs (or servers) are never in one basket.
|A total of 147,000 square feet of data center space in six facilities, with an additional 30,000 square feet of data center space under construction, each facility is equipped to handle any challenge based on these unique advantages:|
- Power systems are designed to run uninterrupted – even in the unlikely event of a total power outage. For example, a state-of-the-art N+1 power generator architecture. In the event of any generator failure, back up power systems provide ample capacity to keep servers running.
- In an extended power outage, on-site diesel generators at the data centers can run indefinitely. Power generators receive regular preventative maintenance to ensure the will continue to function in any emergency.
- Every server is fed with uninterruptible power supply (UPS) that assures service in the event of a power failure. The UPS power is N+1 redundant with instant failover coverage should the primary UPS fail.
- The data center HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) systems are N+1 redundant to ensure that in the unlikely event of an entire HVAC system failure, there is a duplicate system ready to assume the load.
- The data centers feature advanced fire suppression systems to keep any fires localized and prevent them from spreading
- Preventative maintenance is performed regularly by highly trained personnel to meet or exceed manufacturers recommended practices. These include quarterly generator maintenance, quarterly UPS maintenance and battery testing, and monthly HVAC maintenance.
- The datacenter is a member of The Uptime Network, a prestigious knowledge consortium where global standards and best practices are created and delivered to maintain system uptime.
- Redundant network cores in multiple data centers means that if a router or high-level network appliance goes down for any reason, there is no loss of service.
- Gigabit cross-connects between multiple data centers assures that data moves quickly. And if any one data center were to experience network connectivity issues, it would simply route outgoing data through other centers.
|High powered network speed and bandwidth
When it comes to network speed and bandwidth, the datacenter is second to none. With an unrivaled 100 gigabits per second speed, it eliminates bandwidth traffic jams and roadblocks to assure high volume, instantaneous response for hosted applications.
By using multiple Tier 1 telecom providers and direct Internet connections, the datacenter bypass transit networks and shorten the network path between your IT infrastructure and your customers. The result is lower latency, maximum speed, and unsurpassed reliability. In short, we can provide you with the connectivity, bandwidth and stability you simply can’t find anywhere else.
We can deliver superior connectivity for small and medium size business by:
- Leading the hosting industry in network bandwidth capacity (100 gigabits/sec)
- Always using fully redundant, world-class routing equipment. The network is designed without single points of failure — there are redundant core routers, core distribution switches, and carrier diversity. In the unlikely event of equipment failure, the network will continue to optimally perform
- Bandwidth from Tier-1 providers so that our customers don’t have to suffer from poor peering connections, sub-optimal routing paths, and congested or oversold networks.
- Multiple bandwidth providers, ensuring outages outside of the network never result in outages in our customers systems
- Connections directly to the Internet, bypassing transit networks and shortening the network path between the server, and the end-users computer. This results in lower latency and maximum speed.