fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty and Harrison Street Acquire Milwaukee Carrier Hotel & Data Center

Historic Wells Building Becomes Latest Portfolio Addition

1547 Data Center Real Estate Fund II, LP (“The Fund”), an affiliate of fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty, LLC (“1547”), a leading owner, operator and developer of data center space, in partnership with Harrison Street, one of the leading investment management firms focused on alternative real assets, today announced their expansion into Milwaukee, Wisconsin with the acquisition of the city’s historic Wells Building.

The 15-story, 165,000-square-foot building located at 324 East Wisconsin Avenue was purchased from Ascendant Holdings LLC, a Wisconsin-focused commercial real estate development and investment company.

Strategically located in downtown Milwaukee, the building has a long history as a communications center. Once the home of Western Union Telegraph Company’s Milwaukee headquarters, the building continues to be a communications and technology hub as a carrier hotel and network-dense data center.

“We are thrilled about this acquisition, our first with Harrison Street,” says J. Todd Raymond, CEO of 1547.  ”The Wells Building is a strategic fiber convergence point in the Upper Midwest with significant upside value as edge data center requirements continue to grow exponentially. Our plan is to build on the great work of the Ascendant team and make significant investments in the power and cooling infrastructure. We are excited to resurrect this century old, purpose-built, communications property and redevelop it into the premier network and content distribution data center facility in the Upper Midwest.”

Michael Hochanadel, Managing Director and Head of Digital Real Estate at Harrison Street, said, “The Wells Building investment represents an important step in growing our digital platform.  Strategic connectivity assets like the Wells Building are irreplaceable. We look forward to expanding our relationship with 1547 as we continue to pursue opportunities in digital infrastructure.”

The growth in the need for online accessibility to services such as schooling, virtual healthcare, shopping, and entertainment makes the availability of data storage and computer infrastructure, bandwidth, and speed more critical than ever.

The Milwaukee metropolitan area has over 2,000,000 people whose reliance and dependence on technology continues to grow exponentially with few options for hosting their data center needs. With over 25 network providers, the dense telecommunication infrastructure and multiple diverse entry points into the Wells Building is already appealing to data center customers seeking a location for low latency content distribution in the Upper Midwest.

With the planned robust infrastructure upgrades, the Wells Building will be the most network-dense, fully redundant, high-security data center facility in the region.

Houliahn Lokey, formerly MVP Capital, acted as the seller’s financial advisor on the transaction.

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Common problems involving cloud migration and how to solve them

Are you moving your files to the cloud? Shifting from an in-house solution to an external cloud environment might feel daunting, but it’s an important move for most businesses as they grow and as their technological needs change and expand.

Let’s take a look at some common problems involving cloud migration – and how you can solve them.

Problem #1: Rushing the migration without taking enough time to plan

Moving to a cloud based file server isn’t something you want to rush. Unfortunately, many organizations make the mistake of hurrying their migration without taking the time to plan and create a proper strategy.

The last thing you want is to end up with unexpected downtime, or worse, the loss of important files or data.

Solution: Analyze your current infrastructure … and plan accordingly

As Daniel Hein points out in an article for SolutionsReview, migrating to the cloud can potentially take several months, depending on the size of your organization and the amount of data you need to move.

You’ll need to pay particular attention to assets that may need adjusting or even rebuilding completely once you migrate to the cloud.

Be realistic about the costs and timescales that your organization will face, too. It’s much better to be clear about these upfront than to find them spiraling out of control partway through the process.

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Problem #2: Not training your employees adequately

When you deal with IT a lot, it’s all too easy to assume that others will be just as quick as you at picking up new technologies.

Some employees, though, may not find your new cloud-based systems at all intuitive to use. If you don’t provide enough training, you’re likely to face a drop in productivity (and even in job satisfaction). Plus, your IT team may be overwhelmed by support requests.

Solution: Allow time and resources for employee training

Make sure that your cloud migration strategic plan also includes the time and resources to train employees on the new systems. That could involve a mix of:

  • Hands-on live training where employees are shown what to do and have a chance to try it out in real-time, so they can easily ask questions if they’re confused.
  • Pre-recorded video demos or written documentation on how to use the new cloud-based system.
  • One-to-one training in a small company where specific employees will be using the new system a lot.

Problem #3: Not accounting for ongoing costs

When moving to a cloud-based solution, it’s not just about the upfront cost of servers or even the ongoing costs of bandwidth and your IT team’s time. You also want to take into account the other ongoing costs that you’re likely to face. As Sulakshana Iyer explains:

“Cloud server management includes ongoing operations such as industry compliance, security certificates, monitoring application performance, up-scaling servers, and more.”

Solution: Be clear about ongoing, not just upfront, costs of cloud migration

While your cloud-based systems may well be cheaper than your previous ones, you still need to be clear about the ongoing costs that will be faced – both in terms of direct money paid out and in employee time.

Make sure the company you’re using for your cloud-based server clearly lays out the costs for you and be sure to factor in the indirect costs as well. You may want to err on the side of overestimating how much staff time the migration will take: that way, you’re covered even if something doesn’t go as smoothly as you hoped.

Cloud-based servers are a great option for both big and small businesses. By ensuring that you consider and face up to potential problems upfront, you’ll pave the way for a smooth and easy migration.

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Jelastic PaaS Expanded for Educational Institutions with Reclaim Cloud Hosting

Advanced Platform-as-a-Service offering for international educators and institutions

Jelastic, a provider of Multi-Cloud PaaS, announced a partnership with Reclaim Hosting LLC, a web hosting company focused on the education spaces. The launch of Reclaim Cloud opens a Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering to a huge community of educators, universities and other institutions.

“The availability of advanced technologies for educators and students is key to fast innovation. Jelastic is a perfect platform for creating leading-edge projects, arranging productive teamwork and modernizing solutions for various spheres of our lives. Now in cooperation with Reclaim Hosting, the state-of-the-art PaaS becomes easily available for international education institutions,” said Ruslan SynytskyJelastic CEO

“For more than seven years Reclaim Hosting has wanted to provide its users access to a wide range of technologies beyond the traditional LAMP-based cPanel stack. With the demand of next generation applications that run across a wide-range of technology stacks and customized containers, it has become a crucial move for both our community and the future of our company to expand its offerings with Jelastic PaaS,” said Jim Groom, co-founder of Reclaim Hosting.

Reclaim Cloud speeds up development and simplifies application lifecycle management with automating deployment, scaling, clustering, continuous integration, and delivery. The launched PaaS is accessible for all kinds of projects supporting both traditional applications and cloud-native microservices. Team collaboration tools, access control, and built-in monitoring in user-friendly developers panel support to ease the management across various projects.

Reclaim Cloud is a container-based server infrastructure that helps a wide range of technologies (PHP, Java, Python, Ruby, Node.js, Go, Docker and more) that not only provide more options but also increase security and improve performance with the capacity to scale resources seamlessly. With data centers in the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom (UK), Reclaim Cloud places itself at the forefront of the next generation learning environments.

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Vertiv Ranked as One of the Leading Suppliers in Rapidly Growing Modular Data Centre Market

Research conducted by Omdia reveals that the global market for prefabricated modular data centres, from the edge to the core, increased by more than 65%

Vertiv (NYSE: VRT) (, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has been ranked by technology analyst firm Omdia as one of the leading suppliers in the prefabricated modular (PFM) data centre market with the second highest market share worldwide. The newly released research has highlighted that benefits such as the ability to scale with confidence are driving significant growth in the adoption of PFM solutions in all geographies.

The Omdia report, Prefabricated Modular Data Centres, published in early 2020 and based on 2018 and 2019 data, valued PFM shipments at more than $1.2bn USD in 2018 with growth in deployments set to increase by more than 65% for 2019. The analyst group attributed this strong growth to a number of factors including scalability, the benefits of offsite manufacturing and integration, and speed of deployment.

Lucas Beran, principal analyst for Omdia’s cloud and data centre research practice and the report’s author, identified speed of deployment as the primary driver for many owners and operators. “The rapid growth of data and insatiable demand for compute is driving the rapid growth of data centres. Given that a traditional data centre takes 18 to 24 months to deploy, a quicker solution is often needed,” he said. “On average, suppliers of prefabricated modular data centres can deliver a solution in four to six months.”

“We have seen strong growth in demand for PFM data centres as owners and operators realise the benefits of scalability, cost-efficiency and speed of deployment that they provide. Our customers also value our design flexibility and the customizations that we offer,” said Viktor Petik, vice president of Integrated Modular Solutions, Vertiv. “To make the offerings more resilient  and quickly available, we gained PFM TIER-Ready certification in EMEA through a recent agreement with Uptime Institute, increased operations in North America and are working on plans to expand our PFM facility in Croatia to increase capacity and reinforce our capabilities in this key market sector.”

The Omdia report defined a number of different forms of PFM data centres with varying use cases, including IT and facility-specific designs and so-called all-in-one modules (with integrated IT, power, and cooling infrastructure) which are commonly used in education, industrial, and healthcare applications as well as remote and harsh environments.

According to Omdia, demand for edge computing is driving uptake of all-in-one modules for edge locations that need a small data centre presence close to end users. The ‘plug and play’ approach has the benefit of not only cutting the time for start-up and commissioning to just a few days instead of weeks, or months, but also reducing the potential for quality issues, as components are pre-integrated and pre-tested off-site.

As described in the report, Vertiv’s PFM designs cover a range of different offerings to meet specific customer needs, such as the Vertiv™ SmartMod™ – a fully self-contained, easily-configurable, and ready-to-order PFM product range that enables new data centre whitespace to be rapidly deployed.

SmartMod designs have recently been awarded Uptime Institute’s TIER-Ready designation of performance resiliency in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), also allowing Vertiv to sell Uptime Institute Tier Certification of Constructed Facilities (TCCF) services with TIER-Ready modular units, thus providing the benefits of full tier certification directly to Vertiv customers. Vertiv also provides completely custom PFM solutions, which include design, project management and system integration.

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QTS and Bandwidth IG Partner to Establish Atlanta Fiber Connectivity Epicenter in QTS’ Atlanta Metro Data Center

QTS Realty Trust (NYSE: QTS), a leading provider of hybrid colocation and mega scale data center solutions, today announced the deployment of Bandwidth Infrastructure Group (Bandwidth IG), a metro dark fiber network provider in QTS’ Atlanta Metro mega data center campus.

Bandwidth IG serves mission critical data centers, hyperscale customers and enterprises with high capacity dark fiber services. Bandwidth IG recently announced that it is deploying a metro dark fiber network in Atlanta intentionally placed to ensure minimal overlap with other networks. The high-density cables allow Bandwidth IG to deliver a diverse, low-latency, high-count fiber network at a competitive value.

Bandwidth IG’s greater Atlanta network has more than 40 newly built route miles and 75,000 fiber miles. The network reaches 16 data centers, representing nearly 400 megawatts of IT load. As part of this initiative, Bandwidth IG is deploying eight separate fiber rings that all interconnect in the QTS Atlanta Metro data center campus.

“We are pleased to establish our core presence in QTS, one of the most important data center operators in Atlanta,” said Jim Nolte, Chief Executive Officer, Bandwidth IG. “Bandwidth IG’s metro dark fiber rings interconnected with QTS’ flexible connectivity ecosystem offers unlimited solutions for solving high capacity broadband needs with diversity, speed and scalability.” 

The QTS connectivity ecosystem features diverse connectivity for cloud and hybrid colocation including carrier-neutral cloud interconnection, multiple fiber routes and IP providers. This includes the world’s largest IP networks, multiple dark and lit fiber providers, redundant transport paths and access to the world’s largest cloud providers.

“The introduction of Bandwidth IG’s high count, diverse fiber rings into our Atlanta Metro facility adds additional value to the dense ecosystem already in place and gives our customers yet another compelling connectivity option,” said Sean Baillie, Executive Vice President, Connectivity Strategy, QTS. “Bandwidth IG’s dark fiber rings all converge and interconnect at our Atlanta campus making QTS the epicenter of next generation fiber connectivity in Atlanta.”

In addition to the network development in Atlanta, Bandwidth IG is 90 days from completing a high-capacity ring in Santa Clara, California to connect another strategic QTS data center campus.

“QTS serves as host to many large technology companies in Silicon Valley who are looking for diverse network options and access to a variety of end points throughout the South Bay – which we can deliver,” said Nolte.

SOURCE QTS Realty Trust, Inc.


Phishing goes targeted and diversifies during COVID-19 outbreak with 2 million attacks in Q2 in Africa: Kaspersky

Security solutions have detected 2,023,501 phishing attacks in South Africa, Kenya, Egypt, Nigeria, Rwanda and Ethiopia

Kaspersky ( analysis has revealed that phishing attacks are becoming increasingly more targeted. Several more tricks have been found – from HR dismissal emails to attacks that are disguised as delivery notifications. As a result of such tendencies, security solutions have detected 2,023,501 phishing attacks in South Africa, Kenya, Egypt, Nigeria, Rwanda and Ethiopia. These and other findings are documented in Kaspersky’s new spam and phishing in Q2 2020 report.

Phishing is one of the oldest and most flexible types of social engineering attacks. They are used in many ways, and for different purposes, to lure unwary users to the site and trick them into entering personal information. The latter often includes financial credentials such as bank account passwords or payment card details, or login details for social media accounts. In the wrong hands, this opens doors to various malicious operations, such as money being stolen or corporate networks being compromised. This makes phishing a popular initial infection method.

South African users have been influenced the most by this type of threat: there were 616,666 phishing attacks detected in 3 months. It was followed by Kenya (514,361), Egypt (492,532), Nigeria (299,426), Rwanda (68,931) and Ethiopia (31,585).

Phishing is a strong attack method because it is done at such a large scale. By sending massive waves of emails under the name of legitimate institutions or promoting fake pages, malicious users increase their chances of success in their hunt for innocent people’s credentials. The first six months of 2020, however, have shown a new aspect to this well-known form of attack.

Targeted attacks: Small businesses in focus

As Kaspersky analysis has indicated, in Q2 2020, phishers increasingly performed targeted attacks, with most of their focus on small companies. To attract attention, fraudsters forged emails and websites from organisations whose products or services could be purchased by potential victims. In the process of making these fake assets, fraudsters often did not even try to make the site appear authentic.

Such targeted phishing attacks can have serious consequences. Once a fraudster has gained access to an employee’s mailbox, they can use it to carry out further attacks on the company the employee works for, the rest of its staff, or even its contractors.

Jack of all trades: New tricks for old purposes

The news agenda, following the COVID-19 outbreak, has already influenced the “excuses” fraudsters use when asking for personal information. This included disguising their communications with unsuspecting users as:

  • Delivery services. At the peak of the pandemic, organisations responsible for delivering letters and parcels were in a hurry to notify recipients of possible delays. These are the types of emails that fraudsters began to fake, with victims asked to open an attachment to find out the address of a warehouse where they could pick up a shipment that did not reach its destination.
  • Postal services. Another relatively original move used by fraudsters was a message containing a small image of a postal receipt. The scammers expected that the intrigued recipient would accept the attachment (which, although it contained ‘JPG’ in the name, was an executable archive) as the full version and decide to open it. The Noon spyware was found in mailings like these analyzed by Kaspersky researchers.
  • Financial services. Bank phishing attacks in the second quarter were often carried out using emails offering various benefits and bonuses to customers of credit institutions due to the pandemic. Emails received by users contained a file with instructions or links to get more details. As a result, depending on the scheme, fraudsters could gain access to users’ computers, personal data, or authentication data for various services.
  • HR services. The weakening of the economy during the pandemic in a number of countries caused a wave of unemployment, and fraudsters did not miss this opportunity to strike. Kaspersky specialists found several mailings that announced, such as, some amendments to the medical leave procedure, or surprised the recipient with the news of their dismissal. In some attachments, there was a Trojan-Downloader.MSOffice.SLoad.gen file. This Trojan is most often used for downloading and installing encryptors.

“When summarising the results of the first quarter, we assumed that COVID-19 would be the main topic for spammers and phishers for the past few months. And it certainly happened. While there was the rare spam mailing sent out without mentioning the pandemic, phishers adapted their old schemes to make them relevant for the current news agenda, and come up with new tricks,” says Tatyana Sidorina, security expert at Kaspersky.

Read more about the new phishing techniques on Securelist.

Kaspersky experts advise users to take the following measures to protect themselves from phishing:

  • Always check online addresses in unknown or unexpected messages, whether it is the web address of the site where you are being directed, the link address in a message and even the sender’s email address, to make sure they are genuine and that the link in the message doesn’t hide another hyperlink.
  • If you are not sure that the website is genuine and secure, never enter your credentials. If you think that you may have entered your login and password on a fake page, immediately change your password and call your bank or other payment provider if you think your card details were compromised.
  • Use a proper security solution with behaviour-based anti-phishing technologies, such as Kaspersky Security Cloud and Kaspersky Total Security, which will warn you if you are trying to visit a phishing web page.

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PCCW Solutions unveils new data center with strong momentum

PCCW Solutions, the IT services flagship of PCCW Limited, unveils its SLC Data Center in Fo Tan, Hong Kong, which is designed to cater for high density and capacity requirements to support growing digital and cloud business needs in the Asia Pacific region.

Riding on its proven track record in delivering world-class data center services, PCCW Solutions has secured substantial client pre-commitments prior to construction completion. The first stage of the new data center has been fully occupied by global financial institutions, local enterprises and cloud providers. The current pandemic has spurred further demand for resilient and scalable infrastructure to support business continuity and accelerate the uptake of digital services.

“The successful launch of this new facility underscores our market leadership in attracting international hyper-cloud service providers to base their data centers in Hong Kong, supporting Hong Kong to become a strategic data center hub in Asia,” said Mr. Ramez Younan, Managing Director of PCCW Solutions.

“PCCW Solutions will look at further expansion in data center capacity in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia to address our rapidly growing customers demand across the region,” added Mr. Younan.

Adopting the modular design principle, the first stage of this data center has been completed within 12 months from design to build, and awarded with Uptime Institute Tier III Certification. This scalable and flexible design aligns capacity to business needs while accelerating time-to-market and achieving energy efficiency. The 13-story SLC Data Center is on target to be fully completed by the end of 2020.

In the picture: Mr. Ramez Younan, Managing Director of PCCW Solutions (2nd from right), Ms. Hester Shum, Group Chief Human Resources Officer of PCCW Group, Mr. Brian Groen, Senior Vice President of Data Center of PCCW Solutions (2nd from left) and Mr. Sinko Choy, Senior Vice President and Head of Client and Market Development of PCCW Solutions, officiate at the SLC Data Center opening ceremony.


StormWall will provide African ISPs with cybersecurity grants

StormWall, an international cybersecurity company, is launching an infosec grant program for African ISPs. Internet service providers will get an opportunity to receive a $3,960 grant, allowing them to create a robust cyber defense system for their online resources. The grant will equip companies with a 6-month BGP network protection against DDoS attacks with a legitimate bandwidth of up to 100 megabits per second.

The African internet service market has recently experienced a period of rapid expansion, and the coronavirus epidemic has increased the growth dynamics in the industry even further. The emerging trend may become a turning point in development for many African countries. However, due to the boom in internet consumption, the number of cyberattacks may also rise.

Cyberthreats can shut down internet providers indefinitely, leaving customers without communication. Unfortunately, most African companies lack the financial capacity to shield their online resources against cyber threats and become easy prey for hackers. StormWall has allocated cybersecurity grants to help African providers secure their networks, giving them the opening for further development and growth.

StormWall has outlined several conditions for receiving grants. To qualify for a grant, a company must have valid registration. It must run a business providing internet access in Africa and must be working for at least three years. Businesses can submit a claim on the StormWall’s website by completing the protection request form. StormWall will contact eligible companies within 5 working days. Each application is considered individually. StormWall provides grants exclusively to help applicants protect their networks. The right to resell services is not provided. The collection of applications will be carried out until September 1st, 2020.

StormWall has extensive working experience in African countries. The company has already implemented several large-scale projects, that defend the leading African providers from cyberattacks. StormWall’s practice allowed experts to conclude that the requirements of African companies fully match with the needs of organizations in other nations.

“Over the last 15 years, Africa has made a significant technological leap. Today, African technology development dynamics is ahead of that in Europe and the United States. The most promising sectors are e-commerce and fintech. I am sure that the African continent has exceptional potential in the field of information technology. Of course, historically developed challenges of the continent — poverty, and crime — have not disappeared, and they complicate the evolution of the information society. Our mission is to help African countries achieve a new level of technological advancement. For this purpose, we launched a cybersecurity grant program for African Internet providers. We hope other companies in the IT and information security market will follow our example,” states Ramil Khantimirov, co-founder and CEO of StormWall.

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Digital Okta and RackNap join forces to boost cloud adoption in MENA region

Digital Okta, an Abu Dhabi based cloud services provider focused on enabling digital transformation journeys for businesses with cloud, mobility, IoT and Big Data solutions, entered into an alliance with RackNap, a cloud business automation platform, to drive cloud adoption in the MENA region.

Digital Okta leverages the best innovations in the cloud to help companies accelerate ahead. They understand that providing great customer experience is crucial to increase cloud adoption – and great customer experience happens when the services are delivered smoothly to customers, they are billed seamlessly, and get prompt support.

Digital Okta chose to partner with RackNap to automate its cloud billing and service provisioning, and to provide an online marketplace to the customers. This will help them manage service delivery for Microsoft cloud services, like Office 365, Azure and more and improve efficiency in the business processes, resulting in improved customer satisfaction.

“We always strive to provide the best service to our customers and in the current digital era, we need to deliver services with a great customer experience. RackNap enables us to achieve this and create a leverage over the competition with the power of automated service provisioning and seamless billing. After changes in Microsoft licensing, there is an increase in business opportunity for CSPs and by partnering with RackNap, we aim to boost the adoption of cloud in MENA region and serve an even bigger customer base.” said Feras Al Jabi, SVP, Digital Okta.

By associating with RackNap, Digital Okta can:

  • Automate cloud services provisioning, billing and renewal reminders centrally.
  • Offer transparency in customer billing and resource usage with online marketplace for customers.
  • Bundle cloud services with other managed services to get better ROI.

“We are glad to partner with Digital Okta – an organization that was born in the cloud. Now more than ever, customers seek better experience and want transparency. With this partnership, we intend to meet these expectations by improving customer experience in the purchase and consumption of cloud services and providing transparency in terms of billing and cloud usage. This will help to cater to increasing demand for cloud services and drive the adoption of cloud in the MENA region,” said Sabarinathan Sampath, SVP, RackNap.

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Hivelocity Adds 17 New Edge Data Centers and API Access

Hivelocity, a provider of global IaaS and Edge Compute services, has announced the opening of 17 new data center locations as it further expands its edge computing platform. The addition of over a dozen new data centers across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia provide Hivelocity customers with a total of 32 available data centers in 26 markets across the globe in which to deploy edge compute services. Further, Hivelocity announced the immediate availability of its public API which provides users with advanced functions and data points that help automate, simplify and maximize their edge computing solution.

Hivelocity Data Centers around the World. Source: Hivelocity

With a total of 32 data centers in 26 cities across 4 continents, Hivelocity has created one of the most geographically diverse and comprehensive edge computing platforms and infrastructures in the world. Hivelocity enables its customers to instantly deploy bare-metal servers across any of its data centers with ease. By leveraging the Hivelocity platform users can easily manage and scale their edge compute solutions when desired.

With the release of its robust API users can also now control their infrastructure with code and integrate existing tools with their Hivelocity compute solutions. Any action performed within the platform; deploying servers, accessing servers, managing bandwidth, networking etc., can be accomplished through the API. With integrations to Terraform, Ansible and other favorite Ops tools, repeatable single tenant bare-metal is just a config file away.

“Our goal is to make our bare-metal at the edge as simple to consume, manage and scale as possible,” says Steve Eschweiler, Hivelocity’s COO. “The more powerful and simplified we make our platform, the better armed our customers are to dominate in their sector. With our platform exclusively deploying and managing bare-metal dedicated servers, we provide our customers with maximum resources, control and predictable costs.”

Hivelocity’s new edge-compute markets are Ashburn, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, Madrid, Milan, Newark, Paris, Reston, Seoul, Singapore, Stockholm, Sunnyvale, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto and Vancouver. These new locations join Hivelocity’s previously established data centers in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Dallas, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Seattle and Tampa.

Hivelocity was founded in 2002 and currently serves thousands of businesses from over 130 countries worldwide. To learn more about Hivelocity please visit

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