Florida’s Hivelocity adds data centers with Incero purchase

Hivelocity gets Incero’s Dallas facility and distance from NY and Seattle.

Hivelocity, a Florida based colocation provider, is purchasing Incero.com, a Texan IaaS company, adding a data center in Dallas, along with distance in NY and Seattle. The deal, for undisclosed amount, increases Hivelocity coverage to two cities as well as adding ability within New York. Hivelocity already has area in Tampa, Atlanta, LA and Miami. Every single one of our clients may benefit from the addition of our ninth, 10th and 11th info centers in what’s now seven highly tactical domestic markets, stated Hivelocity COO, Steve Eschweiler at a release, describing that the private links between its sites will optimize network performance and permit Hivelocity clients to swap data between geo diverse solutions free, fast and safely.

Incero has specialised in bare metal servers that customers handle for themselves, stated Eschweiler, asserting that those clients would nevertheless get pricing that contrasts with what they are accustomed to from Incero, but now be capable to deploy those servers into greater markets, while getting access to managed services and the private clouds. During the next few months our goal is to improve upon everything have already enjoyed at Incero previously, stated Eschweiler. We aim to improve their network, their support experience and provide them more choices to most effectively manage their online presence. Hivelocity was set in 2002, and claims to serve thousands of customers. It enlarged In 2017, with the purchase of LA based RackAlley, giving it space in two LA data centers, run by CoreSite and Digital Realty. Incero launched in 2008.

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