Tranquil Hosting Selects Silicon Valley Data Center to Expand Its Bare Metal Cloud Offering

Tranquil Hosting, a web hosting provider founded in 2002, has selected a Silicon Valley data center, Central Colo – SV1 in San Jose, to expand its bare metal cloud offering in the EU and United States. Tranquil’s instant dedicated server service would allows its customers to deploy and manage hardware as if they were a virtual machine.

Tranquil Hosting is aggressively expanding its global data center footprint for bare metal cloud, adding additional capacity and locations in the coming months, with its new Hong Kong location coming online in the coming weeks.

tranquil hosting bare metal cloud“Bringing our dedicated cloud services to San Jose isn’t just a big deal to our managed service customers – it means that our customers who run, or who are thinking about running, bare metal servers will be able to incorporate many of services as well,” said Mark Price, CEO of Tranquil Hosting. “We look forward to bringing colocation, cloud VPS, dedicated servers, hybrid cloud, private cloud and network transit to any customer who wants to deploy here.” 

The data center Tranquil Hosting selected for its San Jose cloud is the carrier-neutral Central Colo – SV1 facility, which offers over 94,500 square feet of space, with 6.5 megawatts of power, with 14 megawatts of backup power.

Central Colo – SV1 connects to eight different carriers, and is partnered with AT&T and Level 3, giving it connectivity to the U.S. West Coast as well as the hub of Silicon Valley.

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