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HostColor Introduces Faster Cloud Network To The Northeastern U.S. And Canada

September 5, 2022 GMT
HostColor Introduces Faster Cloud Network To The Northeastern U.S. And Canada
HostColor Introduces Faster Cloud Network To The Northeastern U.S. And Canada
HostColor Introduces Faster Cloud Network To The Northeastern U.S. And Canada
HostColor Introduces Faster Cloud Network To The Northeastern U.S. And Canada
HostColor Introduces Faster Cloud Network To The Northeastern U.S. And Canada

09/05/2022, South Bend // KISS PR Brand Story PressWire //

Cloud service provider HostColor.com (HC) announced Cloud that an expansion of its network with a 20 Gbps connectivity to the Detroit Internet Exchange (DET-IX). HC will start open peering on DET-IX in the 3rd week of September 2022.

Analytics conducted by HostColor’s NOC shows that with the DET-IX connectivity the company’s network will feature a lower latency to the upper Midwest, Northeastern United States, and Eastern Canada. HostColor already offers Detroit, Michigan Dedicated Servers and will add new service offerings to its local Dedicated Hosting portfolio.

“Approximately 60 percent of our customers are based in the Midwest and the Eastern United States. We are happy to announce an important upgrade to our network. Our 20 Gbps connection to the DET-IX will offer low latency and shortеr round trip delay to our customers who deliver content in the Midwest, North Eastern U.S., and Eastern Canada,” says Dimitar Avramov, CEO of HostColor.com. He has added that 60 percent of HC’s customers will experience a faster connection to their IT infrastructures.

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HostColor (HC) has recently announced Dedicated Cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (DCIaaS) in 14 major U.S. metropolitan markets. DCIaaS can be used by organizations for the deployment of custom-built, standards-based Private, Public and Hybrid technology infrastructures. The HC’s Dedicated Cloud services are based on Proxmox, VMware ESXi, and Linux Containers (LXC) enterprise virtualization technologies.

HostColor’s custom-built DCIaaS plans feature fixed monthly costs that do not rise depending on resource usage. The Cloud services users pay a flat monthly fee for a certain amount of dedicated computing resources – processor (CPU), memory (RAM), and data storage (SSD, NMVe, or HDD) and a specific bandwidth quota on a 1-gigabit or 10-gigabit internet port. The cloud service provider does not charge clients for IOPS, DNS zones, DNS queries, or for each 1 GB data transfer. Unlike the services offered by the so-called “Major Clouds”, HostColor.com dedicated public or private cloud IaaS services come with free infrastructure support. All Public and Private DCIaaS feature a guaranteed bandwidth quota of 100 Mbps or 250 Mbps, depending on the data center location.

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HostColor.com is a global IT infrastructure and Web Hosting service provider since 2000. The company has its own virtual data centers, a capacity for provisioning dedicated servers and colocation services in 50 data centers worldwide. Its subsidiary HostColorEurope.com operates Cloud infrastructure and delivers dedicated hosting services in 19 European counties.



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