On-demand cloud, bare-metal, and colocation solutions provider Limestone Networks, Inc.
(Limestone Networks) has expanded its bare-metal hosting service. With headquarters in Dallas, Texas, United States , Limestone Networks’ services include ‘on-demand’ dedicated, cloud and hybrid hosting. The company also offers colocation. The expansion sees the company’s offerings made available through its new ISO 2700, SAE16 SOC-1 Type II, and SOC-2 Type II-certifed ‘LAX1’ data center.
Limestone Networks’ LAX1 data center is located in Equinix’s LA4 facility in Los Angeles, California, United States and considerably extends the availability of its services. The center joins the company’s “established hubs” in Dallas, Texas, and Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The new center will allow Limestone Networks to offer “an array of immediately available bare-metal configurations” which include “AMD EPYC processors and unmetered gigabit bandwidth options”. The servers on offer at LAX1 are underpinned by the same 99.9% uptime guarantee offered at the company’s other locations. .
“With a client base spanning the globe, it is a common request from our APAC clients to bring our first-rate hosting platform to the West Coast,” explained Limestone Networks Vice President, Preston Gosdin. “Today we are answering those requests with the latest hardware on a lightning fast network.”Do you know of any other companies extending services? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.