(The Hosting News)– The location marks a large leap in QuadraNet’s footprint in the United States as it is the first location of multiple across the country, in order to meet the demand for geographically dispersed datacenter solutions. Numerous installations around the USA allows for customers to fulfill their load balancing, redundancy, and geo-targeted requirements from a single company, allowing for ease of management and streamlined business processes.
“Dallas is the first of multiple planned locations for QuadraNet. We understand the needs of our customers and are working hard to meet them. Multiple locations will provide our customers with the ability to target localized regions of the country, thereby increasing speeds and lowering latency as services will be delivered more locally to their user bases. In addition to the localized speed improvements, our customers will be able to operate mirror copies of their websites and applications hosted in completely diverse locations for the ultimate in redundancy, load balancing, and backups.” says Christopher Gotzmann, Vice President of QuadraNet.
QuadraNet’s goal is to provide geographically dispersed datacenters which are backed by automated processes and features, allowing their customers to have a truly global and virtualized datacenter available to them. All of their datacenter locations are centrally linked via the “Private Network”, which is a routed internal network which connects a customer’s servers as if they were physically cabled to each other locally. This Private Network spans across not only individual datacenters, but across the entire QuadraNet network of datacenters based across the United States. Private Network traffic is completely secure to the customer’s account with only servers under that customer’s account having access to the network. All dedicated servers with QuadraNet are equipped with the Private Network on their secondary network interfaces.
QuadraNet provides a large automated features and processes tool chest which allows system administrators and server management parties to troubleshoot and maintain their dedicated servers as if they were physically on-site at the datacenter. QuadraNet is coined “The Ultimate Datacenter” based on the reasoning that they provide system administrators with the power and control not normally available with a standard dedicated server provider. A short list of these features includes KVM over IP, Operating System Recovery Boot, Remote Controlled Power Cycling and the “Private Network” which allows customers to create a virtualized datacenter.
Some of their features also aim to automate and streamline commonly requested changes into on-demand and instant upgrades. For example, dedicated server customers have access to on-the-fly network port speed configurations from 10Mbps, 100Mbps to 1,000Mbps as well as Automated Operating System Re-Installs.