Dallas, Texas Web Hosting
I'm going to go out on a limb and wager that most people probably do not consider the location of the data center that hosts their web site, but they should.
Among some of the top questions to consider when choosing a web host are the location of the data center, the number of bandwidth providers that service the data center, and the uptime and level of experience of the company who is operating the data center. GreenHostIt.com utilizes a data center in Plano, Texas–a subdivision of Dallas. The data center is owned by SoftLayer, one of the largest web hosting companies in the world.
The SoftLayer network provides all customers with over 2,000 Gbps of connectivity between their data centers and 16 points of presence (PoPs). SoftLayer has enabled dozens of 10Gbps network connections across their locations that are provided by leading global network providers, and include multiple public peering links to dozens of additional Internet access networks.
Best-in-class in Dallas
The data center has 106,000 square feet of space and offers a world-class SAS 70 type II-audited collocation environment with unmatched network speed and bandwidth capacity, locate and remote Network Operations Centers, expert support services and high power density.
Using the latest modular cooling technology from Turbine Air Systems (TAS), the mixed-use data center features N+1 cooling and power architectures, with state-of-the-art, high-efficiency, water-cooled chillers. And the data center's gone green-its architectural design features and equipment galley outside of the data center floor, housing six large air-handing units and all chilled-water piping. Because all water is outside of the actual data center floor, the design puts the breaks on any possibility of an interior water leak. Twice the efficiency and half the amount of energy used than traditional data centers due to the modular water cooling system.
Dallas–among the best cities for business
Forbes magazine ranked Dallas among the top ten cities for business and careers. Dallas has developed a strong industrial and financial sector, as well as becoming a major inland port, due largely to the presence of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. The city is home to University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Texas Woman's University, University of North Texas at Dallas, Paul Quinn College as well as a number of religious affiliated and community colleges.
Dallas is an ideal data center location for business owners who require professional hosting and reliable uptime.
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