HostDime has chosen Construction Manager Robins & Morton to construct our 90,000 square foot, 7-story data center and corporate office building in Orlando.
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.
It’s been exactly 5 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.
A traditional VPS and a Cloud Server are similar in their set-up, with the main difference being the way each server is deployed and managed.
HostDime’s bare metal servers feature Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) so your server can be managed REMOTELY from anywhere in the world.
Data egress fees are one of the cloud’s biggest hidden costs, hurting enterprises and small businesses alike to the tune of thousands of dollars per year.
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Building and deploying your own cloud virtual machine has never been easier. The scalable and highly available HostDime Cloud allows users to create powerful VM’s with a few clicks of the mouse. Simply choose your Operating System, resources, hostname, and password and we’ll take care of the rest.
HostDime is proud to announce that our Orlando data center has installed a direct connect into the Florida LambdaRail (FLR)’s Orlando POP that will allow a direct connect into the FLR through a simple cross connect.
The HostDime Cloud is the most scalable, highly available, and highest performing solution in our 15 year history. Leverage our cutting-edge hardware of Enterprise-grade processors and industry best SSDs to create your instant infrastructure in mere seconds!
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.
DDoS attacks will go mainstream in 2019, as IoT botnets run wild and create attacks at a size and frequency never before seen.