Server hosting provider RedArray, headquartered in Los Angeles, California, has announced a new dedicated server hosting service that provides automated infrastructure deployment in 6 worldwide data centers. At the core of RedArray’s server hosting platform are “smart” features provided to customers with each dedicated server.
Smart features of RedArray’s “smart” dedicated servers include secure KVM access via web panel, 20TB transfer and default 1Gbps link per server to network. RedArray will feature both Linux servers and Windows servers designed for a wide range of applications.
Dedicated servers and other physical infrastructure can be automatically queued for deployment in six worldwide data centers. Along with Terremark’s NAP of the Americas data center in Miami, and Telehouse in London, RedArray will support immediate deployment of dedicated servers at four Equinix IBX data centers in New York City, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and Frankfurt, Germany.
Equinix and HP
RedArray’s selection of ready-to-deploy server models includes semi- and fully-redundant HP ProLiant servers. The company has chosen to work with data center provider Equinix, as well as hardware manufacturer HP, to provide key components of the automated server hosting platform. ProLiant servers form the hardware backbone of RedArray’s infrastructure service offerings, while Equinix’s global International Business Exchange (IBX) data centers offer advanced accommodations for server and network colocation.
RedArray is an imprint of Gaiacom, L.C., a private IT firm based in the United States. RedArray’s worldwide presence affords small and medium-sized businesses streamlined, high-performance dedicated server hosting for services, applications, and private networks.