US Dedicated Expands Footprint with INAP for Colocation and IP Services at Their Dallas Data Center

Internap Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP), a provider of “high-performance” data center services including colocation, cloud, and network services, has announced a multi-year deal with US Dedicated LLC, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider offering dedicated servers, colocation, VPS hosting, and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) mitigations, for colocation and INAP’s Performance IP services.

US dedicatedUS Dedicated now features three total data centers with INAP in Atlanta, Seattle and the most recent addition in Dallas, with plans for more strategic growth with INAP across the US.

“We pride ourselves in providing our customers with the strongest global connection possible. The Northwest and Southeast are vast cloud locations and perfectly complement our connection points throughout the country,” said Robby Hicks, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of US Dedicated. “We’ve had nothing but the best experience with Performance IP and know that we will be able to continually grow with INAP supporting our customer’s current and future infrastructure needs.”

Network Latency, Performance

INAP’s Performance IP service would reduce latency and improve network performance by combining multiple carrier backbones and real-time route optimization.

“INAP is pleased to welcome US Dedicated into our recently expanded Dallas data center,” said Corey Needles, INAP USA’s SVP and General Manager. “Dallas joins our Atlanta and Seattle data centers in providing our patented IP technology to meet US Dedicated’s needs ensuring the best experience for their customers.”

US Dedicated is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider with data centers in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, and Seattle offering dedicated servers (managed and unmanaged), VPS hosting, and colocation. US Dedicated supports low latency and high demand applications such as gaming, media streaming, financial trading, private cloud and VOIP.

INAP operates in 57 primarily Tier 3 data centers in 21 metropolitan markets and has 98 network PoPs around the world.