HostDime often gets inquiries from perspective colocation clients about what voltage power will be supplied to server racks. While 110V-120V are commonly used in the industry, HostDime has long evolved to supply 208V voltage by default.
While Latin America is the smallest region, it is expected to have the fastest upcoming growth of anywhere in the world. HostDime caters to the Latin American market with colocation data centers in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia, as well as a direct connect to Miami’s NAP.
Data centers are the cornerstone of our current economy, so it’s no surprise that they are one of the largest consumers of electricity in the world.
As this global pandemic forces companies both large and small to move to a remote work force, HostDime is doing its best to help our communities and local economies during this time of crisis.
It’s been six years since the debut of new generic top level domains (gTLD), so now’s a good time to step back and check out how the adoption is going, and where it’s heading.
HostDime broke ground last week on a brand new, 70,000 square foot data center in Bogota, Colombia. The facility is expected to be completed in December 2020!
HostDime’s latest line of managed dedicated servers by Supermicro features Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) so your server can be managed remotely from anywhere in the world. IPMI is included at no additional charge.
Lower your latency in North America with our Mexico cloud servers, located in our Tier III data center in Guadalajara.
CentOS-6 will reach End of Life on November 30th, 2020; both the CentOS and HostDime teams do not recommend using 6 for any purpose.
Autoscaling cloud servers allow you to automatically add RAM, CPU, and disk space to handle whatever growth and demand comes your way.