Dallas, TX – Leading Web hosting company WebaZilla announces the opening of its Dallas, Texas, datacenter. WebaZilla has expanded its business to the United States to meet demand and ensure its customers receive quality hosting and collocation services. The company also has two datacenters in the Netherlands.
“Years of experience and knowledge were used to build WebaZilla’s new hosting network,” says Alexei Goubarev of WebaZilla. “The new Dallas datacenter allows WebaZilla to deliver the best performance possible to customers around the world.”
WebaZilla selected its Dallas location to enable a maximum amount of users to access resources at a high speed of data transfer. The Dallas network is based on the new Cisco 7609S platform, one of the most powerful platforms on the market.
WebaZilla’s network traffic is provided by some of the biggest bandwidth providers, including Level3, Above.net, TeliaSonera, Cogentco, KPN, Globalcrossing and Teleglobe. Based on personal practice and motivation theory, WebaZilla uses the best equipment from famous producers in the world market, such as Cisco, Dell, Western-Digital, Supermicro, 3Com, Seagate, APC and R&M. All WebaZilla servers and network equipment is protected by a conditioning system that maintains the necessary temperature, humidity and cleanliness for the entire datacenter.
Hosting with WebaZilla offers many advantages, including a no-break power supply, a flexible backup copying on separate servers, and instant recovery of necessary data, so clients are always protected. In addition, all services on WebaZilla servers are closely monitored for quality functioning with the help of a special monitoring system based on complex soft hardware. WebaZilla clients receive guaranteed no-break servers functioning, as well as a software system that includes constantly updated service and network traffic data.
For more information about WebaZilla, its Web hosting and collocation services, or for information about the company’s new datacenter in Dallas, Texas, visit www.WebaZilla.com.