Arelion today announced a new Point-of-Presence (PoP) at global edge data center provider HostDime’s Guadalajara, Mexico carrier-neutral facility.
This article highlights specific differences between next-gen, purpose-built data centers and typical retrofitted facilities, and provides examples on how we’re building these data centers for the needs of modern day consumption and the evolving technology landscape.
HostDime’s GDL-IX peering exchange ecosystem will allow carriers and tenants to interconnect and be able to serve content to over 90% of the population in Mexico at the lowest latency.
To match the high bandwidth and low latency demand of 5G gaming, cloud gaming companies must connect to as many PoPs as possible.
Carrier neutral data centers are facilities that allow interconnectivity between multiple telecommunication carriers and colocation providers. Choosing a carrier neutral data center is a necessity for enterprises with mission-critical operations that can’t afford an outage.
The One Wilshire Meet Me Room in downtown Los Angeles, California is not just any network interconnection hub, it is THE network interconnection hub, with over 300 ISPs and tens of thousands of cross-connections.
HostDime’s Miami colocation connection provides a cost-effective enterprise solution for your business with virtually no impact on latency.
HostDime has provisioned a Cogent PoP in HostDime’s carrier neutral data center in Guadalajara, Mexico for enhanced global connectivity options.
As industries look to strategize on how to approach the present and future of their physical infrastructure, let’s take a look at some of the costs and benefits between keeping operations in-house or moving to a third party data center.
Despite the fact that we ran out of IPv4 addresses officially last year, transition over to IPv6 is still slow. The time to switch to IPv6 is now.