Cloud hosting provider Host Virtual Inc.
(Host Virtual) has added Points of Presence (POPs) and ‘Availability Zones’ to extend its reach worldwide.
Host Virtual, which has headquarters in Los Angeles, California, United States, was established in 2008. The company operates dual-stack IPv4 and IPv6 clouds that allow its customers to deploy Linux, VOIP or FreeBSD servers “to any location within minutes”. The company has enhanced connectivity and network capacity at its United States, European and Australian data centers.
Host Virtual now has 25 extended POPs and availability zones in the United States, Europe, Asia and in Oceania. These include US-based data centers in San Jose, Dallas, Ashburn, and Raleigh, and a center in Karlsruhe in Germany. The company has also upgraded data centers in Miami, Frankfurt, Bucharest, and Sydney.
"Organizations and developers looking for multi-regional and multi-content deployments at a global scale, will find that we offer the best services at competitive prices,” explained Senior Vice President at Host Virtual, Sandy Bhargavi. “Our products range from cloud to colocation and metal as a service, as well as meet transport/connectivity needs and high performance expectations."Do you know of any other companies enhancing data center capacity? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.