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Data Centers in Dallas–Fort Worth, TX, USA

Access to the largest connectivity hub in the middle of the west and east coasts

Access to the largest connectivity hub in the middle of the west and east coasts

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Multi-homed, carrier-neutral data centers

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Access to major IP transit carriers

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Business relationship with US or European entity of Servers.com

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    Multi-homed, carrier-neutral data centers

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    Access to major IP transit carriers

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    Business relationship with US or European entity of Servers.com

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DFW1 Data Сenter

A SSAE 18 SOC 2 Type 2 audited, well-connected facility in Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. 

Wire speed up to

40 GBit/s

Certification

SSAE 16 SOC 2/II
PCI DSS
ISO 27001
ISO 9001

Features

Public network up to 10 Gbps + 10 Gbps per server

Private network up to 10 Gbps + 10 Gbps per server

Separate out-of-band management network

Dell PowerEdge servers of 12th, 13th, and 14th generations

Network redundancy

Power redundancy with automatic switching

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DFW2 Data Сenter

An extension to the DFW1 data center with lesser redundancy.

Wire speed up to

2 GBit/s

Certification

SSAE 16 SOC 2/II
PCI DSS
ISO 27001
ISO 9001

Features

Public network up to 1 Gbps per server

Private network up to 1 Gbps per server

Separate out-of-band management network

Dell PowerEdge servers of 12th, 13th, and 14th generations

Available services

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DFW3 Data center

An extension to the DFW1 data center with less additional services.

Wire speed up to

40 GBit/s

Certificaion

SSAE 16 SOC 2/II
PCI DSS
ISO 27001
ISO 9001

Features

Public network up to 10 Gbps + 10 Gbps per server

Private network up to 10 Gbps + 10 Gbps per server

Separate out-of-band management network

Dell PowerEdge servers of 12th, 13th, and 14th generations

Network redundancy

Power redundancy with automatic switching

Largest DC market in the central part of the US

Business-friendly regulatory environment, a strong startup community, and location in the middle of the country made Dallas-Fort Worth the third-largest data center market in the US, behind Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley.

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