Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-22 – One of the market leaders, well known web hosting provider Hostway announced yesterday its plans to add 18,000 square feet of space to its Tampa data center facility. This space will be used for cloud infrastructure purposes.
This announcement comes a day after Hostway launched Registry Services Corporation, the retail version of its domain registry back-end service.
According to the company press release, Hostway’s expansion will house its FlexCloud Server services and provide lower latency connectivity for users in the US Eastern regions.
Hostway web hosting company says its FlexCloud servers will be supported in its Austin and Tampa data centers. The Tampa facility will be used as a disaster recovery and redundancy point for clients in order to provide excellent data protection from single location failures, according to Hostway.
The company says its customers can manage two data center locations with a single control panel.
“Our Tampa data center provides our clients with the ability to easily provision secure cloud services in multiple locations for disaster recovery and redundancy,” Todd Benjamin, vice president of enterprise hosting for Hostway said in a statement. “This expansion is a part of our goal to introduce our secure and reliable FlexCloud Servers throughout North America and to further build our global presence.”
Hostway web hosting company did not release any details or general information about the costs of planned expansion.
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Hostway offers dedicated hosting, shared hosting, colocation, domain name registration, ecommerce solutions and other Web-based services to over 1.5 million Web sites and 600,000 customers worldwide. The company operates more than 250,000 square feet of state-of-the-art data center space that reduces the complexity and cost of Web-based technologies for small businesses and large enterprises. Founded in 1998, Hostway is one of the world’s largest Web hosting companies with a direct presence in 14 countries, 17 worldwide operation centers and more than 700 employees.
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