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Dedicated Server hosting in Los Angeles
BlueServers has a wide selection of locations and you can't leave out the United States of America. One of our locations is in Los Angeles, California. As you know the Big Apple is a concentration of high tech and business all in one. So if you are interested in hosting a high-tech start-up, look no further than Los Angeles.
And if you consider America as the main country of your audience, then the location in Los Angeles is a must-have! The closer you are to your audience, the faster your site will be loaded and therefore be higher in the search engine results. On the face of it, there are obvious advantages, aren't there?
Our partner data center is Melbicom. The certified Tier 3 data center allows you to host your data in a completely safe environment. Redundant power supply with diesel generators and efficient cooling ensure fail-safety and uptime of 99.9%. Major internet service providers such as GTT, Cogent, Lumen, NTT, and Sparkle pass through the data centre. BlueServers builds its Dedicated Servers facilities according to the dual-uplink principle, which allows in case of a failure of one to be picked up promptly by the other.
As always, we offer from our side:
- Unlimited traffic for each dedicated server
- 1 and 10 Gigabit ports for your dedicated server
- 24x7 English speaking support
- Storage types you can choose from HDD, SSD, NVMe
- CPUs from AND EPYC to Intel Xeon
- DDoS protection on demand
- Only server hardware and no desktop solutions
- Competitive pricing
If you're interested in a Los Angeles location, get in touch with our team via LiveChat and we'll be sure to help!
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