Atlanta (Southeast USA)

Facility Overview

Atlanta Datacenter
56 Marietta Street
Atlanta, GA 30303

  • 140,000 square feet of datacenter space
  • Commissioned in 2004
  • Carriers: nLayer for primary transit and AboveNet/Cogent as backup
  • Redundancy: connections to backbone providers
  • Power: supports heavy power density per cabinet (up to 10kW)
  • Facilitating cutting-edge blade/cloud-centric equipment

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Atlanta has become a data-centric city, providing the great combination of infrastructure, technology and advanced digital implementation and design. That’s why we’ve recently opened up a new datacenter in Atlanta, Georgia, so the best speed and tech could come together under one roof and be easily available to service your needs.

The brand new servers at the Atlanta datacenter provide the absolute best hosting opportunities and solutions in the southern United States. No matter whether you need to connect to neighboring Florida, the Caribbean or South America, the Atlanta datacenter has you covered. Located in the most connected facility in the South (and only 8 miles from the Atlanta International Airport), the Atlanta datacenter is the best and most reliable hosting option offered - all at an affordable rate.

Having your very own virtual private server (VPS) from the Atlanta datacenter increases your security, allows you to have your own IP address and gives you the opportunity to easily connect and quickly transfer across North and South America.

Atlanta City Info

As the capital of Georgia, Atlanta is both the most populous city in Georgia as well as a hotbed for culture, entertainment, music, food and hospitality.

The metropolitan area of Atlanta boasts a population over 5,400,000, making it the ninth largest in the United States. Atlanta was founded in 1837 and grew, largely in part, because of the intersection of two main rail lines. Today, with a GDP of over $270 billion, Atlanta is a mega-center of commerce and worldwide business.

The climate of Atlanta doesn’t hurt tourism or comfortable living either. As a subtropical climate, Atlanta has beautiful summers and mild winters, making it an ideal climate for living and raising a family. With an unofficial motto of “too busy for hate,” Atlanta has a little something for everyone.

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