G-Core expands its US hosting and CDN reach with Virginia move
The Luxembourg-headquartered firm recently launched a new public cloud offering to rival the hyperscalers and it has expanded its Russian data centre presence.
G-Core Labs, the international provider of cloud and edge solutions, is expanding its presence in the US by opening a new point of hosting in Ashburn, Virginia. The infrastructure in Ashburn is also a part of the company’s global content delivery network.
“This development of our hosting network opens up new opportunities for companies and teams who want to have their own dedicated server in North America with high-quality equipment and round-the-clock support,” said Andre Reitenbach, G-Core Labs managing director.
“Our servers are located in a certified Tier III class data centre and we guarantee access speed of at least 10Gbps.”
The infrastructure in Ashburn is also now a key point of presence of G-Core Labs’ international content delivery network. It allows any company developing its business online to provide a premium experience for American audience interaction, covering websites, services and online broadcasts, delivering even the heaviest content to end users in “a fraction of a second”, said G-Core.
All G-Core Labs servers are protected from DDoS attacks using G-Core technology for intelligent filtering of network traffic. And G-Core virtual servers are based on KVM virtualisation technology, which “guarantees high and uninterrupted performance” and which are equipped with fast SSD disks, said the provider.
The G-Core Labs content delivery network is located across five continents and includes more than 60 PoPs. The company’s hosting facilities are now present in around 15 data centres worldwide.