ServerHub Goes Sleepless in Seattle. Expanding into the Emerald City

ServerHub, a privately held Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider that specializes in dedicated server and cloud based virtualization applications, today announced that it has launched services in the Seattle area, the gateway to the Pacific Northwest and adding to the ranks of other companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Boeing, and the Iconic Starbucks who also call the Seattle area home. The facility will help ServerHub continue to meet the growing demand for high quality dedicated, cloud infrastructure and Enterprise Disaster Recovery services out of multiple geographical locations within the United States.

The new datacenter located in the heart of Seattle further executes ServerHub’s 2016 mission to expand operations to a global presence to meet the always changing demands of it’s Enterprise customer base.

This latest expansion brings the total ServerHub operated facilities to four geographically diverse facilities within the US market, this deployment follows the already successful Phoenix, Chicago and Dallas market expansions.

“Our customers have given us a lot of feedback on the locations that matter most to them. Seattle was a clear winner for our customer base. ServerHub is proud to call Seattle home for our Pacific Northwest Operations.

This facility will allow us to meet the ever evolving demands of our customers and provide decreased latency to important markets especially in Asia, due to the proximity of Seattle as well as the strategic transit partners in that location that cater to the Asian markets.” Said John Brancela, Chief Executive Officer at ServerHub

General Availability for IronMetal Dedicated Servers, IronGrid Big Data and IronGrid SSD is set for February 22nd. The new Seattle location will also feature ServerHub’s newest addition to the IronMetal family, the newly introduced Intel E3 v5 Processor Family, which offers more flexibility and expandability than it’s predecessors featuring up to 64GB of memory per E3 Bare Metal Server vs the traditional 32GB.

About ServerHub

ServerHub operates a global Infrastructure platform designed for ultimate reliability and scalability with customers in over 120 countries. ServerHub is a privately held Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider with Data Center Locations in Dallas, TX, Phoenix, AZ, Seattle, WA and Chicago, IL. The ServerHub customer portfolio is made of a diverse mix from web startups to global enterprises

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