With some more data center growth news, but in a smaller scale, Web hosting provider ResellerChoice announced on Wednesday that it has expanded its New York City "data centre" to offer better geographic diversity for its customers on the east coast.
Although, not quite an entire data center, the company seems to have expanded its footprint (presumably by a few racks, though it's left undetermined in the press release) in Web hosting provider Peer 1's New York City data centre at 75 Broad Street.
"Our customers demanded a east coast location and we selected to expand in Peer1 NYC due to the low latency and zero packet loss and fastest possible routes for data," says Rob Conley, CEO of ResellerChoice "Using the Peer1 NYC data center, expands our network from our current central and west coast locations in Dallas, TX, Huston TX and Seattle Washington."
ResellerChoice says Peer 1 uses "multiple upstream providers and more than 200 peering partners to ensure continuous Internet connectivity, greater route diversity, and ultimately, enhanced Internet performance," enabling customer traffic to be routed over the best connections available at any time.
Founded in 2001, the company provides "advanced Microsoft-based reseller, application, high availability and dedicated server hosting" and is located in Shrewsbury, New Jersey. ResellerChoice says that it currently has over 7,000 websites hosted on its network and operates out of data centers in Dallas, Huston, Seattle and New York City.
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