Earthquake proof, hurricane proof, and lightning fast. ActiveServe is proud to announce the expansion of its data center network with a location in Salt Lake City, UT that will complement the existing data center in Miami, FL. 60% of all U.S. Internet traffic passes through Salt Lake City, making it one of the most important technology hubs in the nation.
We consider this expansion a bold statement that solidifies our dedication to serving customers on the west coast even better and to building a strong nationwide presence. The new data center is close to the west coast to ensure enhanced audio quality and lightning fast speeds in that area while being located in a designated disaster safe zone – specifically outside of earthquake-prone areas in California. The new center also provides additional redundancy for all ActiveServe customers nationwide. The event marks a new milestone for ActiveServe, and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to service quality, uptime, and a continuous effort to drive down latency. In fact, our latency of 40ms or less (estimated*) and in most cases even 20-30ms sets new standards in the industry.
“ActiveServe’s data center in Salt Lake City, UT is only the beginning of our expansion. Data centers in Dallas, TX and the northeast are soon to come, and will cover all U.S. time zones.
As more companies realize the benefits of cloud-based services, the demand for enhanced offerings and greater security has skyrocketed. We have gone to great lengths to ensure the services supplied to our business customers through the Salt Lake City data center are among the most secure and solid available today”
Alex Gonzalez | CEO, ActiveServe
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Thanks to the expansion, ActiveServe is now able to offer custom-tailored disaster recovery solutions for its cloud hosting clients using its proprietary platform ActivCloud™. ActiveServe is currently accepting orders for hosting solutions in the Salt Lake City facility.
* Disclaimer: latency data are estimates based on “best effort” and are not guaranteed.