HostColor.com Rolls Out New Line Of Cloud And Bare Metal Servers In Miami

HostColor.com announced new Semi-Managed Dedicated Server offers in Miami. Clients can customize RAM, data storage, OS and application anvironment, and network configurations.



The Edge Bare Metal & Cloud Hosting provider HostColor.com announced a new line of cloud-ready, Semi-Managed Miami Dedicated Server offerings. The entry-level servers are based on Intel Xeon E3-1200 series CPUs that feature 4 physical processing cores and 8 threads. The clients can customize the servers scalling the RAM and data storage drives and choose custom operating systems and network configurations.

HostColor says that its team works hard to ensure that the local, Miami and Florida-based businesses have a reliable and low-cost alternative to the major cloud providers.

"We understand how important is for local SMBs to have a reliable cloud server infrastructure for hosting internal workflows or delivering application services the local clients. The major cloud providers charge you for IOPS, DNS zones, DNS queries, data transfer, and infrastructure technical support. We provide all those services to the Miami SMBs, from local data centers without additional cost for data transfer and technical support", says HostColor's CEO in the company's official news release. He adds that, unlike the standard unmanaged dedicated hosting services, HostColor.com Dedicated Serves are 'Semi Managed'.

Semi-Managed Servers

'Semi-Managed Server' means that HostColor's administrators install the bare metal server or cloud server to the client's custom configurations, reinstall the OS per request, configure the network settings, and help the customers troubleshoot in case of any operating system, networking, or software configuration issues.

AMD CPU-based Server Hosting

The hosting provider has recently launched a new range of AMD Dedicated Servers with Ryzen and EPYC processors, high-speed NMVe SSD-based storage, and a 30 TB (30,000 GB) data transfer quota on a 10-gigabit network connection.

The entry-level AMD-based server hosting service features an AMD Ryzen 9 5950x processor, which has 16 Cores and 32 Threads and operates at 3.4 GHz with a max boost clock of up to 4.9 GHz. Each server comes with 128 GB RAM, two (2x) 1TB NMVe storage drives, and 30 TB Data Transfer on 10 Gbps internet bandwidth ports. All AMD-based servers are configured on-demand with an operating system or specific virtualization technology to create cloud-based application environments that can be used for single-tenant or multi-tenant private or public dedicated clouds

High Bandwidth Ports

The company's US Dedicated Servers, including the Denver-hosted ones, are provisioned with 10 Gbps, 20 Gbps, and 30 Gbps ports and feature bandwidth quotas from 1 Gbps to 30 Gbps. The servers can be configured to deliver public cloud services or as Dedicated Private Clouds (DCIaaS). HC's DCIaaS is a customizable, isolated, and secure on-demand IT infrastructure solution created with Proxmox VE, Linux Containers (LCX), Kubernetes container orchestration, or VMware ESXi virtualization technologies. All DCIaaS plans feature WireGuard VPN technology and dedicated high-bandwidth internet connectivity.

Bare Metal Servers in 50 U.S. Edge Edge Data Centers

HostColor.com operates a platform for the provisioning of Semi-Managed, US Dedicated Servers with 1 Gbps to 30 Gbps bandwidth rate ports from 50 edge data center locations.

As of January 2024, the provider delivers Edge server hosting services from Albany, New York; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Ashburn and Herndon Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; Amarillo, Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, and San Antonio, Texas; Bend and Portland, Oregon; Billings, Montana; Birmingham, Alabama; Boise, ID; Cambridge/Boston, Massachusetts; Casper, Wyoming; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio; Denver, Colorado; Detroit, Michigan; Honolulu, Hawaii; Indianapolis, Indiana; Jackson, Mississippi; Jacksonville, Miami, and Tampa, Florida; Kansas City and Saint Louis, Missouri; Las Vegas, Nevada; Little Rock, Arkansas; Fresno, Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, Santa Clara, and San Diego, California; Madison, Wisconsin; Miami, Florida; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Nashville, Kentucky; New Orleans, Louisiana; New York City, and the State of New York; Omaha, Nebraska; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania; Phoenix, Arizona; Salt Lake City, Utah; Seattle, and Spokane, Washington; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Among the company's other North American Edge locations are Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver in Canada. In Europe, HostColor delivers dedicated hosting services from edge data centers in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and London in the UK; Athens in Greece; Amsterdam and The Hague, Netherlands; Paris and Reims, France; Frankfurt and Munich, Germany; Barcelona, Madrid, and Zaragoza, Spain; Milano, Italy; Vienna, Austria; Helsinki, Sweden, and ten other European cities. The company's Asian on-net edge server locations are Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, New Delhi, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo.

About

HostColor.com has been providing IT infrastructure and web hosting services since 2000. The company owns several virtual data centers and offers bare-metal dedicated servers and colocation services in 80 data centers across the globe. Its subsidiary, HCE - https://www.hostcoloreurope.com - provides cloud infrastructure and dedicated hosting services in 19 European countries.

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