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Hivelocity, a provider of global IaaS and Edge Computing services, has announced today the opening of 17 new data center locations as it further expands its edge computing platform. The addition of over a dozen new data centers across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia provides Hivelocity customers with a total of 32 available data centers in 26 markets across the globe in which to deploy edge computing services. Further, Hivelocity announced the immediate availability of its public API which provides users with advanced functions and data points that help automate, simplify and maximize their edge computing solution.

Map of Hivelocity Locations
Hivelocity Data Centers around the World

With a total of 32 data centers in 26 cities across 4 continents, Hivelocity has created one of the most geographically diverse and comprehensive edge computing platforms and infrastructures in the world. Hivelocity enables its customers to instantly deploy bare-metal servers across any of its data centers with ease. By leveraging the Hivelocity platform users can easily manage and scale their edge computing solutions when desired.

With the release of its robust API users can also now control their infrastructure with code and integrate existing tools with their Hivelocity compute solutions. Any action performed within the platform; deploying servers, accessing servers, managing bandwidth, networking etc., can be accomplished through the API. With integrations to Terraform, Ansible and other favorite Ops tools, repeatable single tenant bare-metal is just a config file away. 

“Our goal is to make our bare-metal at the edge as simple to consume, manage, and scale as possible,” says Steve Eschweiler, Hivelocity’s COO. “The more powerful and simplified we make our platform, the better armed our customers are to dominate in their sector. With our platform exclusively deploying and managing bare-metal dedicated servers, we provide our customers with maximum resources, control, and predictable costs.”

Hivelocity’s new edge computing markets are Ashburn, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, Madrid, Milan, Newark, Paris, Reston, Seoul, Singapore, Stockholm, Sunnyvale, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, and Vancouver. These new locations join Hivelocity’s previously established data centers in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Dallas, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Seattle, and Tampa.   

Hivelocity was founded in 2002 and currently serves thousands of businesses from over 130 countries worldwide.  To learn more about Hivelocity please visit https://www.hivelocity.net/.

 

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