NetActuate Expands Infrastructure at San Jose Data Center to Increase Server Capacity and Bandwidth
- NetActuate engineers have just completed an infrastructure expansion at their San Jose data center, adding capacity for virtual machines (VMs), bare metal, and colocation. Additional connectivity partners were added to increase available bandwidth for customers.
NetActuate’s technical team has just completed an infrastructure expansion in their San Jose data center, greatly increasing server capacity and available bandwidth for customers. Available rack space for colocation and bare metal deployments was also increased, to keep up with incoming service requests.
“We are getting requests from more providers every day who want to deploy at the edge in the Silicon Valley region,” said Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect for NetActuate. “As one of our most popular PoPs on the West Coast of the United States, our San Jose data center now has the additional capacity needed to fulfill requests from both new and existing customers.”
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Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, NetActuate’s San Jose data center is strategically located next to several fiber routes. In addition to extensive network and peering in the Bay Area, NetActuate’s engineers have optimized routes in this location to deliver high performance and low latency to end users in Asia and mainland China.
Featuring multi-factor security and fully redundant power and cooling, this facility is SSAE 16 and SOX compliant. NetActuate’s experienced 24×7 NOC and local technicians are available to provide remote hands and expert support.
This location is tethered via dark fiber to Equinix SV1 in Silicon Valley, providing low latency connectivity to a rich ecosystem of content, social media, high-tech companies, and services providers that are driving and accelerating the digital economy. Via this fiber connection, customers in NetActuate’s San Jose data center benefit from low latency access to one of the world’s largest internet exchanges and peering points, with more than 545 network service providers.
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Providers can easily deploy and expand their global presence on NetActuate’s anycast delivery platform, built on one of the largest peered IPv4 and IPv6 networks in the world. Purpose built to deliver low latency and high reliability across diverse global markets, NetActuate’s anycast platform is available in San Jose, as well as over 30 US and global locations, with simple, predictable monthly pricing.
As part of NetActuate’s global footprint, customers can deploy their hybrid environments into this and over 30 additional US and global locations, without having to manage multiple vendors for their infrastructure and low-latency network services.