Dallas-based bare-metal, cloud, and colocation service provider, Limestone Networks, has extended its data center footprint to Los Angeles. Their new LAX1 data center, housed in Equinix’s LA4 facility in Los Angeles, California, expands Limestone Networks’ network footprint beyond its established hubs in Dallas, Texas, and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Technical specs of the Equinix LA4 facility housing Limestone’s LAX1 data center include N+1 power, cooling redundancy, and ISO 2700, SAE16 SOC-1 Type II, and SOC-2 Type II certifications. All LAX1 servers are backed by the same 99.9% uptime guarantee offered at Limestone’s Dallas and Salt Lake City locations.
At this Equinix LA4-based LAX1 facility, Limestone now offers an array of immediately available configurations, featuring the latest AMD EPYC processors and unmetered gigabit bandwidth options.
“With a client base spanning the globe, it is a common request from our APAC clients to bring our first-rate hosting platform to the West Coast,” said Preston Gosdin, VP of Limestone Networks. “Today we are answering those requests with the latest hardware on a lightning fast network.”
Customers utilizing Limestone’s LAX1 data center would enjoy advanced network features. A key feature here is standard access to Limestone’s private network mesh of its Dallas, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake City regions. This mesh over Limestone’s private networking backbone would enable seamless interconnection among bare-metal, cloud, and colocation services at any of Limestone’s facilities. Limestone also offers 1Tbps+ of DDoS mitigation capacity, shielding servers against the largest network attacks on the Internet.
“We worked with our clients to formulate the best hardware configuration, coupled with extremely high bandwidth capacity on our premium network, to meet anyone’s hosting needs,” said Christopher Hill, Operations Manager, Limestone Networks.
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