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The servers are located at the first class datacenter in Atlanta, GA, USA and carrier-neutral Equinix Chicago Data Center. This ensures you the best service with a very affordable price.

The facility contains everything needed to ensure your mission-critical Internet operation is functioning at the highest performance levels. A full list of features/services in usage in the Datacenter are found below.

Infrastructure Available in the Building.

  • Redundant Power Feeds
  • 3 30 Ton Leibert AC Units
  • 4 Full Duplex, GigE
  • Layer 3 Ethernet IP backbone Circuits
  • Raised Floor
  • 24x7x365 Onsite Staffing
  • 24x7x365 Guarded Facility
  • Environmental-Control Units
  • Fire-suppression Systems
  • CPI 19" Heavy Duty Open Telephony Racks
  • Secure Data Cabinets Including Fan Tray
  • Roll Out Shelving and Twist Lock Power Strips
  • Network Providers at the Facility.

  • PaixNet
  • Aleron
  • Intelispan
  • Epik
  • Yipes
  • Genuity
  • Metromedia
  • Fiber
  • Cable & Wireless
  • Telseon
  • Universal Access
  • Network Plus
  • MCI
  • WorldCom
  • Level 3
  • Time Warner
  • ProgressCaronet
  • AT&T
  • KMC
  • Applied Theory
  • Broadband Office
  • MFS
  • Sphera
  • BellSouth
  • PointOne
  • Global Crossing
  • ITC DeltaCom
  • Espire
  • Cogent
  • Switch & Data
  • Edge Connection
  • Broadwing
  • Primus
  • Williams
  • US Carrier
  • Marietta Fibernet
  • Verio
  • Meag
  • Dynegy
  • Alltel
  • XO
  • Looking Glass
  • Global NAPS
  • Optical Networks


    Within the IDC our provider house a redundant Cisco 12008 GSR platform. That platform serves as the core gateway that routes your traffic to and from our upstream IP network providers. We currently have 4 GigE Layer 3 circuits installed into this core routing platform. Our networks never preference one network over another but allow BGP to pick and choose on the fly the most efficient way to route your traffic at any given point in time. If there are ever any problems with any IP network provider they have sufficient capacity in place to turn down the GigE interface to that specific upstream backbone. At that point BGP will reroute the traffic over the remaining 3 connections while the network engineers work with the upstream provider to pinpoint and correct the problem. Since our provider have such a large number of IP network providers to choose from within the facility they can change providers, usually within a week, if any single provider fails to meet the agreed upon performance objectives established between our SP when the circuit was initially turned and tested.

    Datacenter also has its own independent AS numbers and a Full class B IP assignment making our network connectivity as solid and as flexible as today's technology will allow.