Linux tip of the day: When using “free -m” in a shell, -/+ buffers/cache is actual memory use.
COLO@ today announced that they will begin the second phase of expansion at their ATL2 datacenter at 34 Peachtree St. in Atlanta, GA. While the facility already boasts fully redundant power, network, and cooling capabilities, this expansion will enhance all of these areas.
As businesses grow their webhosting and IT needs evolve. Most businesses start small with a single server, maybe two. As they grow and gain customers it’s not just the servers that need to be upgraded and expanded. With more customers, more accounts, and more servers, the IT staff needs to grow, train, and deploy solutions in a time conscious manner. Face it, building out a complete IT department to watch over your servers gets time consuming and expensive.
The COLO@ team is proud to announce that we’ve joined the Phoenix-IX peering exchange for our Phoenix location. As you know, we operate data centers in Atlanta, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, Clifton, and Dallas and participates in various peering arrangements across their facilities.
COLO@ (http://www.coloat.com) released information today that GTT has completed work on a Point Of Presence (POP) inside of the COLO@ ATL-2 datacenter facility in Atlanta, GA. The colocation facility at 34 Peachtree St. in Atlanta, Georgia, will be home to the latest POP operated by GTT.
The 34 Peachtree COLO@ facility is a 100% carrier neutral data center. That said, you may have heard that term before and wondered what it meant. Well, today is your lucky day. I’m going to let you know exactly what a carrier neutral data center is and why it’s something you should look for when choosing a data center.