Web hosting provider Rebel Networks (www.rebelnetworks.com) announced on Wednesday it has added a new data center in Dallas.
The new facility will provide a range of services, including shared hosting, semi- and fully- managed dedicated hosting, colocation, and virtual servers.
Rebel Networks says the new data center is part of its Cloud computing strategy that has been in the works for sometime.
“Rebel Networks runs the space within all the data centers as internal Clouds,” says Domenic Macchione, president and CEO of Rebel Networks. “This makes the data centers much more flexible and cost efficient than pooling everything into one data facility. Rebel Networks will be adding US based Microsoft Exchange, Blackberry, and other SaaS services to compliment the SaaS services out of the Toronto Data Center.”
Many Rebel Networks customers who have multiple websites specifically ask for different IP classes and different locations, says the company.
Expanding Rebel Networks into the new facility in Dallas helps the the company to meet these requirements.
The company’s main website is now hosted in the Dallas data center.
Rebel Networks provides outsourced Internet infrastructure and related managed Web solutions, including managed dedicated servers, unmanaged colocation services, domain name services, reseller hosting, and shared Web hosting solutions.
In addition to the new Dallas facility, Rebel Networks has multiple data center presences in Los Angeles, San Antonio, San Jose, Virginia, Toronto, and the UK.