By: Steve Eschweiler

Over the last few weeks we have been gradually introducing new updates to portions of our web site.  Today’s update is a much needed refresh of our Data Center Tour page.

Over the last year we have added thousands of new servers to our Tampa Data Center.  Over the last few years we have introduced many new dedicated server configurations and options all of which are deployed on new hardware from Dell and SuperMicro.  Additionally, we have added 60 new tons of CRAC and many new server racks to our Tampa Data Center.  The new data center tour page offers a new perspective of our data center with a fresh look at some of our newer systems.

Over the next few months, as time goes on, we will continue to add new pictures to this page.  Our Phase 2 data center space is about 1 month from being completion and will add another 10,000 sq ft of space to our Tampa facility.  Once Phase 2 is up and running we will be sure to add many new pictures giving you a glimpse into the newest space within our Tampa data center.

Please let us know what you think of our new data center tour. https://hivelocity.net/datacenter-tour/

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