The global colocation market has seen sustained growth this decade with companies removing on-premises data center space in favor of modern colocation.
For VR adoption to succeed, connectivity, bandwidth, and latency issues must be solved, which will require the help of a global data center infrastructure.
Transformative technologies like the Internet of Things, AI, 5G, virtual reality, and self driving cars need scalable infrastructure to work and evolve. Data center providers will soon be leaned on heavily to ensure speed and performance is the same quality consumers are used to.
We’re here to say that spending countless hours on server management and not on your core business is not a smart choice, and you’re a smart person. Nothing embodies peace of mind quite like the words managed colocation, and here’s why.
Enterprises are always trying to find and establish the next major growth area for their digital business, which is why there’s much excitement recently about Latin America.
For companies looking to expand into Asia Pacific, Hong Kong data centers have become essential for storing some of their data operations to bridge into mainland China.
One year ago today HostDime opened its doors for its newest data center in João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil. The 20,000 square foot facility is one of the very few data centers in Northern Brazil. The four story building, designed and constructed by HostDime, is up to Uptime Institute’s Tier III standards.
Server management is the maintenance and overseeing of a web server to keep it running in optimal condition. If you are thinking about freeing yourself from server hassles, let’s look at some of the benefits of server management outsourcing.
HostDime is proud to offer enterprise-level, managed dedicated servers at our Los Angeles, California branch. The 7 story data center facility is 490,000 square feet, outside the 500 year flood plan, and is SOC2, SOC3, and HIPAA compliant.
Dropbox filed its IPO last week, and in the filing, we were able to peel back the curtain and see exactly how much they saved because of the switch from AWS to colocation data centers.