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A 1U server can be utilized to provide application or proxy services. Applications like Apache, Nginx, Squid, or Litespeed Web Server, can help you move your application closer to your customers by colocating a single server.
Apache, Nginx, Squid,
Litespeed Web Server, etc.
A larger 2U server provides you the capacity for hardware expansion, usually allowing you to put additional PCI cards for graphics acceleration or expanded network connectivity. Database and virtualization options are endless.
VMWare, Xen, Percona, MongoDB, Hbase, etc.
Larger 4U servers allow for dozens of 3.5" SATA / SAS disks, as well as additional CPU sockets. This facilitates the creation of vast content storage arrays, servers capable of processing big data, or just a simple backup server.
Ceph, Gluster, Hadoop, OpenHPC, etc.
Migrate a small enterprise application to colocation with a 24U space, also referred to as a 1/2 cabinet. This colocation space gives you the ability to provide your own switching and firewalls, and mount several 1, 2 and 4U servers.
Move your private cloud into one of our 48U cabinets in a Tier 3 facility. A 48U cabinet provides enough space for several hypervisors, shared storage, firewalls and switching, allowing you to replicate locally hosted infrastructure.
Chicago is the third largest city in the United States, and by far the largest city in the Midwest. It's central location and dense IP connectivity enables customers of Adaptive Data Networks colocation in Chicago to benefit from low latency connectivity across the US and Canada.Explore Location
Atlanta has seen explosive growth in recent years, specifically in its technology industry. It's geography places it at the epicenter of the fast growing south eastern region, and as a result customers of Colocation in Atlanta leverage excellent latency to the entire east coast.Explore Location
Los Angeles has long been the entertainment capital of the world. With the advent of large scale datacenters, and it's West Coast placement, it's become a landing point for trans-pacific connectivity to Southeast Asia. Colocation in Los Angeles provides direct connections to these links.Explore Location
Miami operates as the US gateway to Latin America. Its large population and geographic placement have driven the development of large fiber links between the US and Latin America. Colocation in Miami provides category 5 hurricane resistance and low latency across LatAm.Explore Location