HostDime, a global hosting provider offering an array of cloud solutions which include managed services for dedicated servers, VPS (Virtual Private Servers) and colocation, has outgrown their current data center in Orlando. The company now expects to complete their new data center build in Orlando, a 7-story building, somewhere in 2019.
The ‘Tier 4’ data center will rise 110 feet high and be visible from Interstate 4, one of Central Florida’s main roadways connecting Orlando to Tampa on the West, and to Daytona Beach on the East. The 88,000 square-foot data center will be fully owned, operated, and occupied by HostDime.
The new data center is being engineered to meet requirements for some of the most widely known certifications such as HIPPA, PCI, SOC 2, and FISMA.
The announcement follows the news of HostDime launching its new data center in Brazil last summer – a Tier III data center facility in João Pessoa. This 4-story data center building is a brand-new, privately-owned facility designed and constructed by HostDime. This is the second facility HostDime has built in Brazil, as the company now covers both Northern and Southern Brazil.
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Land Purchase in Colombia
Due to their recent growth and based on the demands HostDime is seeing in the Colombian market, the US-headquartered hosting provider began to take action on their Colombia growth strategy at the end of 2017 with the purchase of a land parcel in Bogotá, Colombia. HostDime has been operational in Colombia since 2008 with a sales/support office and a data center in Bogotá to service an array of Data Center Infrastructure services locally in the country.
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