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Hivelocity Inc., a provider of Dedicated Servers, Edge Computing, Colocation, and Private Cloud to customers from over 130 countries, introduced this week the addition of Intel’s Xeon E processors to their bare-metal server product line. Dedicated servers with the Xeon E processors are currently available in Tampa with availability in Hivelocity’s Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, New York, and Seattle data centers coming incrementally over the next few weeks.

A Hivelocity employee installing a server into a rack

The Hex-Core E-2136 with a max turbo clock speed of 4.50 GHz and the Hex-Core E-2176G with a max turbo clock speed of 4.70 GHz will be the two chips Hivelocity initially standardizes its offerings with. “We intend to create at least six new instantly deployable bare-metal offerings with these new Intel Xeon E chips, all of which will be available for instant consumption at our data centers around the country. We have begun the process of allocating these systems to all of our data centers with the Tampa market being the first to have them,” says Hivelocity COO, Steve Eschweiler. “As always, we will present a bespoke offering of the Xeon E systems as well that presents thousands of customizable options which we custom build and deploy within hours or sometimes days depending on the scope of the configuration.”

Intel touts hardware-enhanced security on these new processes through the incorporation of their proprietary Data Protection Technology, Software Guard Extensions, and Intel Authenticate. You can find more about these features as well as the included enhancements for cloud services at Intel.com.

Screenshot of the Hivelocity Instant Deployment Servers page

Hivelocity currently offers over 30 Instant Deploy Dedicated Server configurations that can be setup in minutes with either Linux or Windows across 5 strategic markets around the US. Availability in Dallas is just days away with Seattle joining the list sometime in March. Both Dallas and Seattle locations were added to Hivelocity’s domestic data center portfolio via their acquisition of Incero in November 2018.

 

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