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Disaster Recovery: New Delhi, India

Connectivity This datacenter has two diverse and redundant connections. One of which being the largest internet provider in India with an impressive global network. Both providers have diverse entrances into the facility with multiple Gigabit fibers. Power This datacenter has dual Cummins 250Kva generators (startup time is less than 30 […]

Disaster Recovery: Atlanta, GA

Power Each datacenter is supplied with medium voltage electrical power from the local utility company. Where possible for some of the newer data centers, two independent utility sources are in place, originating from independent feeders or substations. Each datacenter is powered by a dedicated utility step-down transformer for each service. […]

Disaster Recovery: Sao Paulo, Brazil

Connectivity With it’s diverse fiber connectivity Sao Paulo is a major peering point for many telecom companies and it provides great network connectivity to Brazil and all surrounding South American countries. The Sao Paulo datacenter has two diverse and redundant connections from Telef√≥nica and Oi (Telemar). Both providers have diverse […]

Disaster Recovery Overview

Welcome to our Disaster Recovery overview article. In this article, we will talk about our disaster recovery procedures, systems and datacenter procedures. What is a Disaster? In the world of computers and web hosting, a disaster can be classified as anything that would interrupt service to our valued customers. This […]

VPS and Cloud Disaster Recovery

In this article, we will discuss our VPS and Cloud restoration process and estimated times needed. VPS In the event that data is lost or corrupted on a VPS, we have the ability to restore your data from our backups (if you have opted-in to the Remote Backup Solution). The […]

Disaster Recovery: Miami, FL

Power Each datacenter is supplied with medium voltage electrical power from the local utility company. Where possible for some of the newer data centers, two independent utility sources are in place, originating from independent feeders or substations. Each datacenter is powered by a dedicated utility step-down transformer for each service. […]

Disaster Recovery: Toronto

Power Each datacenter is supplied with medium voltage electrical power from the local utility company. Where possible for some of the newer data centers, two independent utility sources are in place, originating from independent feeders or substations. Each datacenter is powered by a dedicated utility step-down transformer for each service. […]

Disaster Recovery: London

Power Each datacenter is supplied with medium voltage electrical power from the local utility company. Where possible for some of the newer data centers, two independent utility sources are in place, originating from independent feeders or substations. Each datacenter is powered by a dedicated utility step-down transformer for each service. […]

Disaster Recovery: Los Angeles, CA

Power Each datacenter is supplied with medium voltage electrical power from the local utility company. Where possible for some of the newer data centers, two independent utility sources are in place, originating from independent feeders or substations. Each datacenter is powered by a dedicated utility step-down transformer for each service. […]

Disaster Recovery: Chicago, IL

Power These locations have N+2 redundancy on all power systems (meaning 2 full spares for every 1 piece of equipment). Swing UPS (uninterruptible power supply) delivers isolated and redundant electrical feeds to each PDU, even during scheduled maintenance. Battery-free rotary power backup systems have been installed. These arrangements provide more […]

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