Los Angeles based QuadraNet, Inc., provider of dedicated servers, colocation and cloud servers, has announced the latest addition to its line of products: the InfraCloud. In development for quite some time, QuadraNet’s InfraCloud is finally ready to be launched to the public after concluding its beta period on February 15, 2014.
QuadraNet’s InfraCloud uses the KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) virtualization infrastructure and is powered by Solid State Drive (SSD) technology. The cloud server plans are billed hourly based on whether the virtual machine is powered on or off. Bandwidth is billed on an as-used basis.
Cloud VMs may be customized to include up to 16 cores, 16GB of RAM, and 500GB of disk size. Users are offered a wide variety of operating system selections, including CentOS, Debian, Fedora, FreeBSD, Gentoo, Red Hat, Ubuntu, Windows 2008, Windows 2012, or a virtual load balancer software.
Several preconfigured cloud server packages have been created:
- The “InfraBlue,” QuadraNet’s lowest-end offering, includes 512MB memory, 5GB disk space, 1GB Swap, and 1 CPU vCore.
- The “InfraGreen” includes 2GB memory, 10GB disk space, 1GB Swap, and 2 CPU vCores.
- The “InfraOrange” includes 4GB memory, 20GB disk space, 1GB Swap, and 4 CPU vCores.
- The “InfraBlack” includes 6GB memory, 30GB disk space, 2GB Swap, and 6 CPU vCores.
- The “InfraRed” includes 8GB memory, 40GB disk space, 2GB Swap, and 8 CPU vCores.
- Finally, “InfraPurple” includes 12GB memory, 60GB disk space, 4GB Swap, and 16 CPU vCores.
QuadraNet was founded in 2001 as a telecommunications provider for Los Angeles and its surrounding areas. As of 2013, QuadraNet owns and operates 7 private data center facilities across 5 floors in the LA Telecom Center building, located at 530 West 6th Street, Los Angeles. QuadraNet has two other data centers across the United States, one in Dallas and the other in Miami.